You can always visit your dentist to remove your tartar, but if you like to do it naturally this is the right place for you.
What you need:
Antiseptic mouth wash
Mix 1 tablespoon of baking soda with half a teaspoon of salt into the cup. Apply warm water on your toothbrush and then dip it into the prepared mixture. Brush your teeth and then spit it. This process should last for 5 minutes.
Mix a cup of hydrogen peroxide with ½ cup of warm water and wash your mouth for one minute. Spit the mixture and wash your mouth with cool water.
Scrub the tartar from your teeth using a dental pick. Be careful not to scrub your gums because you can damage them.
Wash your mouth with an antiseptic mouth wash and iterate this every second day.
Strawberries and Tomatoes
Tomatoes and strawberries are rich in vitamin C which is perfect for your oral health. Apply them directly on your teeth by rubbing them and leave them to stay for 5 minutes. You will make the tartar accumulations softer.Then you can wash your mouth with a mixture prepared with warm water and baking soda. Or You can also use other vitamin C-rich foods such as berries, lemons, lime, bell peppers, oranges and papaya.
Cauliflower requires a lot of chewing – and that’s a good thing for your teeth. The longer it takes to break down your food, the more saliva you produce. And saliva is a natural cleanser for your teeth to keep them shining bright.
Apple requires a lot of chewing to eat, just like crunchy carrots, and that’s a good, cleansing exercise for your mouth. The natural scrubbing action washes particles from the teeth and keeps them white.