One of the main reasons for developing cavities is dental caries. Here are few other factors that cause tooth cavity.
Food and beverages that contain some forms of sugar have the tendency to form plaque on your teeth. If the plaque is not cleaned on time, it gets hard to remove it. Then, the acids in plaque eliminate minerals in your tooth’s hard, outer enamel. This erosion makes tiny openings or holes in the enamel, which is the first phase of cavities.
Tooth decay affects both the outer and inner layer of the tooth. The bacteria that creates plaque on your tooth can form acids and make hole in your tooth. This condition is called cavities. Tooth decay can be caused by many factors:
- If the intake of minerals in your diet is low.
- Vitamins A, D, E, and K deficiency.
- If your intestinal system is not effectively absorbing nutrients. The presence of phytic acid has a significant influence on this factor.
- Processed foods.
- Hormonal imbalances.
How To Treat This Condition In a Natural Way?
To heal your damaged teeth, first you should prevent their further damaging. Make sure you always take care of your oral health, by keeping your mouth and teeth clean. In this way, you will slow down the development of plaque, tooth decay, and formation of cavity. Read the tips below carefully and cure tooth cavity naturally.
- You need a sufficient amount of calcium and phosphorous, so you should consume foods that contain these minerals. Calcium and phosphorous are necessary for building a solid tooth structure.
- Make sure you take enough amount of vitamins A and D. Consume 1 teaspoon of fermented cod liver oil and 1 teaspoon high vitamin butter oil, every day.
- Drinking 1-2 cups of Bone Broth every day is highly recommended.
- Oil pulling every morning with coconut oil for 20 minutes. It is very beneficial too.
- Cut off grains and sugar completely form your diet.
- Consume grass-fed gelatin in soups and beverages.
- Use re-mineralizing tooth paste.
- Brush your teeth every day.
- Consume foods that contain Activator X. Its other name is vitamin K2 and it is a structure similar to vitamin K. This vitamin is essential when it comes to developing facial bones and strong bone structure, including the teeth.
- Eat foods that contain high amount of calcium.
- Avoid eating processed food.
- Be careful with foods that contain phytic acid material such as: grains, beans, nuts, and seeds. Don’t exaggerate with their consumption.