How To Heal Cavities

The dental industry has us convinced that the only way to deal with cavities is to drill a hole into the tooth and fill it with synthetic material. Many people wonder what causes cavities; they want to know how to avoid this common problem that leads to discomfort, pain and tooth loss. Teeth are actually layers of extremely hard tissue embedded in the gums. Cavities result from tooth decay, a process involving multiple stages. It begins when bacteria inflicts damage on the hard surface of the teeth, and the destruction will spread into the deeper layers if left unchecked.

So if you are looking for a way to avoid another unpleasant filling, here are the most important thing you can do for the health of your teeth and gums.


Clove is one of the most important ingredient that can help cure a number of dental problems.  A strong antimicrobial, antiseptic, antimicrobial, and antifungal agent, clove helps to cleanse the oral cavity. Plus, it helps repair receding gums and other damaged oral tissues. If used frequently, it can effectively stop a bacterial infection. Clove can also help alleviate pain and prevent the cavity from spreading.

Use Mineralizing Toothpaste

They may be expensive way to cure cavity, brushing teeth with mineralized toothpaste will help to fill protect cavities as it heals itself over the course of time. You can also make your own mineralized toothpaste by following this recipe:

  • 4 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 2 tablespoons baking soda (aluminum-free)
  • 1 tablespoon xylitol or 1/8 teaspoon stevia
  • 20 drops peppermint or clove essential oil
  • 20 drops trace  minerals or (calcium/magnesium powder)

Oil Pulling

Pulling oil is an ancient healing practice that dates back 3000 years, this technique involves swishing or holding oils from plants in the mouth for long periods of time to produce health benefits. This action supposedly draws out toxins in your body, primarily to improve oral health but also to improve your overall health. Once the swishing is complete, the oil is spit out into a sink or trash basket.

It can help reverse the flow of toxins and pull bacteria out of the teeth. This will lead to strengthening the teeth and healing cavities overtime.

Reducing Sugar Intake

Sugar comes in many forms, for example, sucrose, fructose, maltose and glucose. All of which are damaging to your teeth. Sugar demineralizes the structural content of teeth. Sugar is also a great fodder for oral bacteria and it also prevents the flow of essential dental fluids. So stay away from soda, candy and baked goods with sugar and replace them with raw honey and maple syrup.

Eat Nutrient Rich Foods

Having a healthy diet contributes to helping reduce cavities. Eating food that contains Calcium which what your teeth are mostly made of. Without it, you are at risk of developing gum disease and tooth decay, foods that contain vitamin K2. Vitamin K2 is a naturally occurring compound similar to vitamin K that is integral in the development of facial bones, including the teeth. Vegetables, especially leafy greens, are excellent for mineralizing teeth.

Also getting Rid of Phytic Acid in Your Diet Phytic acid is found in seeds, grains, and beans, contain enzymes that block the absorption of minerals and pull minerals out of the body, teeth, and bones. Which are beneficial for optimal bone health and the prevention of tooth decay. Too much phytic acid can lead to serious health issues such as osteoporosis and mineral deficiencies.

In addition, practicing good oral hygiene, which includes brushing your teeth at least twice daily and regular flossing, you will remove the plaque that feeds acid-producing bacteria.

Recent Comments



    • No categories