Successful self-dentistry in 8 steps. The successful self-dentistry protocol will keep your mouth, teeth, gums and saliva in such pristine condition that every day your teeth will feel as clean and smooth as if you have been to the dental hygienist for a cleaning.
Step 1: The salt rinse –Make a saltwater solution to keep in your bathroom (16oz of spring water to 1oz of salt in a mason jar). Add a drop of mint & myrrh, yogi tooth serum or healthy gum drops. To use the saltwater rinse, pour yourself a shot glass of the mixture, swish, swish, swish and spit.
Step 2: Scraping the tongue –Scrape the tongue 2-3 times. Option: add a drop of mint & myrrh, yogi tooth serum or healthy gum drops to the scraper.
Step 3: Brushing the gums –Brush the gums, paying special attention to brushing gums towards the teeth and using special care over the gum line. Use a soft, dry brush and apply a drop of mint & myrrh, yogi tooth serum or healthy gum drops, ozonated healthy gum gel or neem enamelizer liquid polish to the brush.
Step 4: Polishing the teeth –Polish the teeth with healthy gums clay toothpaste, frankincense fresh toothpaste, neem enamelizer toothpaste or applying the paste to a dry, round-headed, electric toothbrush. Or, use a drop of mint & myrrh, yogi tooth serum or healthy happy gum drops and use with tooth truth powder polish or baking soda.
Step 5: Checking the gum lines –Clean the gum lines of any remaining plaque by using a rubber-tipped gum tool or sulca brush with a drop of mint & myrrh, yogi tooth serum, healthy gum drops or ozonated healthy gum gel.
Step 6: Flossing –Floss! Even better, floss two times! Apply a drop of mint & myrrh, yogi tooth serum or healthy gum drops or ozonated healthy gum gel along the floss.
Step 7: Final rinse –Use the saltwater mouthwash from step 1. Vigorously swish and then spit.
Step 8: Extra care –Use the Vita-pik or an oral irrigator to rinse the gum pockets with salt water and mint & myrrh, yogi tooth serum or healthy gum drops. Massage a drop of tooth serum or ozonated healthy gum gel into gum line and any sensitive areas.
We often fear the unknown, so get to know your mouth! Get a dental mirror with a light or an intra-oral camera and get yourself acquainted with those back molars. And, remember to get clean in between! Do not leave your health in your dentist’s hands and assume all will be fine. – Hal Huggins, DDS