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Fluoroderma Acne: Why Natural Toothpastes | Alert Medical

Fluoroderma Acne: Why Natural Toothpastes | Alert Medical acne-fulminans21

How to avoid fluoride The most common sources of fluoride are toothpaste, mouthwash and water. It is wise for you to check if you live in an area that fluoridates its water supply, and if so you should invest in a good reverse osmosis filter in order to remove it. Toothpaste and mouthwash can be replaced with various different natural alternatives from your local health food store. Any natural toothpaste or mouthwash that is free of artificial chemical is worth using in place of the harsh substances found in your local supermarket. Natural mouthwash Aside from the natural mouthwashs you can purchase from health food stores, an amazing substance to use to clean your teeth from inside out is coconut oil.

Benefits of Oil Pulling for Acne | Alert Medical

The mouth can house almost 100 billion different microorganisms on each tooth, its no wonder that Ayurvedic circles and allopathic doctors alike believe that your oral hygiene is a window to your overall bodily health. It is therefore of great importance that you take care of your oral hygiene in the best way possible; research in fact suggests that those with poor oral hygiene have greater disposition to coronary heart disease, research is still to be conducted on the numerous other possible health impacts that poor oral hygiene could aggravate. In a randomised triple blind study conducted by the Department of dentistry, periodontics and microbiology in Meenakshi Ammal Dental College, the efficacy of gold standard chlorhexidine mouthwash was compared with sesame oil pulling in order to compare the levels of plaque and aerobic microorganisms after use.

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