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Remineralizing teeth 1 year 9 months ago #31755

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I'm very interested in this too if anyone has anything to add.

I have no experience or luck with remineralization, but I have read extensively that coconut oil and tumeric does wonders for your tooth and gum health.
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Remineralizing teeth 2 years 2 months ago #27877

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I definitely use organic coconut oil for this. Yes it is food grade so I get it in the grocery store.

You can add some food grade essential oils to it if you like BUT I have gotten used to it unflavoured.

I switched to make sure I was not getting flouride or any other chemicals when brushing my teeth. My immune system works better the less I expose it to.
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Remineralizing teeth 2 years 2 months ago #27870

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My story for finding Kratom(beside the story of wanting to control my own pain management without toxic pharms.) was that I switched to a fluoride free all natural toothpaste, for the life of me I am not sure exactly what got into me. I just randomly clicked on reviews while browsing Amazon and it made sense. And I always hated minty toothpaste. When I actually got amazing results I figured what else have I been doing "wrong" and brain washed into. My husband uses salt and baking soda occasionally and I thought that was crazy. Not any more. I since have become opened to nature medicines, plant based medicines and found Kratom in the mix.

Okay. Back to coconut oil. I read it was good for oral health, Does it have to be a certain grade? Organic? Can I buy it from a grocery store?

I have been following the homeopathic posts and been planning a course of action for myself. I would not have know these even existed. It has definitely been eye opening.
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Remineralizing teeth 2 years 2 months ago #27862

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I just use a combination of equal parts baking soda and coconut oil for my tooth care.

It will not remineralize of course ...IS that even possible I thought lost enamel was gone?

However, the baking soda coconut oil mix is mild on teeth and over the past three years my dentist has said my teeth should last forwever if I keep looing after them!

One of the nice things about this homemade toothpaste is that there is no added "mint" or "peppermint" flavors which can antidote homeopathic remedies...and if you have been reading other posts of mine, I like to use homeopathics.
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Remineralizing teeth 2 years 2 months ago #27859

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Dr Harry's has the tooth powder which I am using now and my teeth haven't been cleaner. I was just at the dentist and the dental hygienist mentioned my teeth were very clean and it meant less work for her. But I have two teeth I want to try to remineralize.
When I bought the tooth powder I did not realize that Dr. Harrys also has a Remineralizing tooth powder that is different from the regular tooth powder. I want to try this but there are number of products claiming to be able to remineralize, wonder if anyone else had success and what they used.

If I there are no suggestions I am going to try the Dr. Harry's product and I will report back in a few months.
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Remineralizing teeth 2 years 2 months ago #27851

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Oh, I'm interested in this topic as well. I started using an enamel restorative toothpaste a couple of months ago and I've definitely noticed an improvement in my teeth, with the exception of one tooth where as you said, I over brush. I looked at some products on Amazon a couple of weeks ago and Dr. Harry's seems well regarded. I didn't order yet, it's just been in the back of my mind ,but I think I will try it. Let me know if you find something that is even more effective please.
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Remineralizing teeth 2 years 2 months ago #27818

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Suggestions on products that anyone had success on?
I use Dr. Harry's all natural tooth powder. My teeth have never been better except one area where I over brush.
I am looking for more aggressive help in remineralization.

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