You asked and we delivered! Here is our Products Roundup List of Healing Teeth Naturally Products!
All of the products below were selected based on product ingredients, reviews, recommendations, and safety. We look forward to hearing your reviews and experience.
Ora Wellness isn't just awesome products for healing teeth, they also have a wealth of information on their website for healing teeth and gums! They’ve been around a while, and before Wellness Mama had her own product line, this was the brand she recommended often for remineralizing teeth.
Wellness Mama has been blogging and researching about remineralizing teeth for over 5 years. She has finally come out with her own brand of products, featuring a remineralizing toothpaste.
**Note: This toothpaste uses baking soda, which can be abrasive. Pay close attention if there are conditions of thin or weakened enamel!
Redmond Life (Earthpaste)
Bentonite clay has been a feature in many remineralizing products. It’s ability to detox as well as provide minerals to the body makes it an amazing ingredient for healing our mouth. Redmond has been a trusted source for bentonite clay, and now they have some amazing dental products using this clay.
Herbalist owned, this company makes some amazing healing teeth products. They use a combination of highly mineralizing herbs in their products to provide unique options. They are a small business, and do sell out quickly. Sign up for their email list to receive notifications of when products are restocked.
Earthley is well respected for their simple and clean formulations. Their tooth powder is no different, with only 5 ingredients it’s a great option.
Uncle Harry’s has been making healing teeth products since the 90s! “Uncle Harry” created his products based off of Ayurvedic ideas. They have a wide range of products that are clean and effective.
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Your dentist can restore your smile, but you can also take steps to help your teeth stay healthy. Here are some natural products that can help keep your teeth and gums in tip-top shape.A great toothpaste substitute, baking soda can also be used as a mouthwash. Mix one teaspoon of baking soda with one tablespoon each of water and hydrogen peroxide (and a few drops of peppermint oil). Gargle as needed throughout the day or night.
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