This is a wonderful guide every family should own so you can learn yourself the most effective and essential ways to care for your teeth properly so you will always enjoy a healthy mouth. Nadine covers some really important topics including: The importance of healthy teeth, gums and saliva and why each have important jobs to maintain proper balance in the mouth.The truth about toothpaste, toothbrushes and mouth wash.Questions to ask a prospective dentist & how to prepare for a dental visit.The effect of processed foods on our teeth and what to eat for beautiful, healthy teeth instead.Oral care for children.8 steps to successful self dentistry.A breakdown of effective healing botanicals and herbs for certain conditions as well as Nadine's top picks for vitamins and supplements that increase the health of your teeth!Artemis' debut guide to improving your "oral ecology" explains simple, at-home treatments "your childhood dentist knew nothing about." - KIRKUS ReviewsGood news for the staggering 98 percent of the population with some form of periodontal disease: Depending on your overall health, inflamed gums can be turned around "within as short a time as 24 hours" and "without surgery". That's just one of the many encouraging messages Artemis imparts with her advice to help avoid "drill, fill and bill" dentists. After all, who wants to be tortured by orthodontic contraptions, antiseptic ethers and the "taste of fluoride, metal and foam"? with solid science and footnotes, Artemis' book aims to make it easier to avoid the dentist through the practice of preventative measures, the use of essential plant extracts and an understanding of non-Western philosophies, such as adjusting bodily imbalances instead of merely treating symptoms. (Still, she provides online resources and a thorough list of questions to ask prospective, preferably holistic dentists.) Conditioned by our deeply embedded societal distinction between dentists and doctors, we to separate the mouth from the body, Artemis says. Yet, the same nutritional choices we consider to keep physically fit can directly affect our teeth, which Artemis compares to a coral reef: Our teeth are vast and intricate like coral, while our "super saliva" provides and ocean of alkalinity. She also depicts deteriorating gums as a turtleneck for teeth that slacks into a crew and, eventually, into a cowl. Primarily, she concentrates on feeding teeth from the inside with the same awareness we show when brushing. She points out that decay is not caused by sugar touching the teeth, but by being in your diet. In "A Visit to the Dentist in the Year 2022," the author theorizes that common, contemporary dental practices - and certainly mercury-based fillings - will be as outdated as the bloodletting dentists performed centuries ago. Artemis' well balanced, well-researched book credibly encourages readers to take control of their own dental health.Plenty to chew on in this stimulating dental compendium.
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