Teeth whitening with tea tree oil
Teeth whitening with tea tree oil should be done in the following way: first you need to prepare a cleaning solution. It is necessary to mix tea tree oil (3 drops) with lemon (1 drop) and get a uniform consistency.
The procedure is first in the usual cleaning with toothpaste, then rinse the oral cavity with boiled water. When finished, apply the prepared mixture to the brush and again brush teeth in the same way. The cleaning time should be approximately 5 minutes.
Teeth whitening with tea tree oil with lemon carefully and effectively removes tartar from the tooth enamel surface. In addition, given the presence of antiseptic properties of oil, at the same time, microbial destruction occurs in the oral cavity.
At the end of the procedure, when you hold the tongue in the teeth, you can feel the smoothness and cleanliness of the enamel. However, do not abuse the healing effects of essential oil and use it no more than 2 times a week. After a month of procedures, the teeth will become snow-white, and the breath will be fresh.
After a month's course, you need to take a break about 3-4 months. In contrast to costly special whitening pastes and other products, essential oil copes with this work is not worse.
Tea tree oil for gums
Diseases of the gums are few, but the most common symptoms are puffiness and bleeding. In the future, the gums become loose and painful. The first signs of the disease can be troubling even in childhood, that in the absence of full treatment and care for the gums, can lead to tooth loss. This is due to the inability of the gums to fix the tooth, so that it loosens.
Tea tree oil for gums is allowed for use in two forms: for rinsing and rubbing into the gums. It should be remembered that essential oil in undiluted form can injure the gum, so you must always observe the proportions when cooking.
To rinse the mouth, you need to drop up to 5 drops in 100 ml of boiled water at a comfortable temperature. Rinse need several times a day for 3-5 days.
Tea tree oil for gums in the form of a diluted solution is used for the purpose of rubbing into the gums. 40% essential oil is required to perform the procedure to avoid tissue burns.
Tea tree oil with stomatitis
Tea tree oil for stomatitis is recommended to be used for medical purposes, as it has a strong antiseptic effect, and also can reduce the intensity of clinical manifestations of the inflammatory process.
In addition, the oil has a stimulating effect on the immune system, increasing the protective capacity of the body. This plays an important role in stomatitis, because it is the lack of immunity predisposes to the occurrence of ulcerative defects in the oral cavity.
Oil can be rubbed into the gums, but before the procedure it is desirable to dilute it at the drops with a few drops of another essential oil. Also for the destruction of pathogens not only from the gums, but also from the teeth, you need to rinse the mouth with a solution of a glass of warm water and 5 drops of oil.
Applying tea tree oil for stomatitis a couple of times a day, you will soon be able to observe the effect of reducing puffiness, redness of the gums, their bleeding, and also removing the unpleasant odor from the mouth.
Tea tree oil for the teeth during the procedure can provoke numbness of some areas in the mouth or the tip of the tongue, the lips of the gums. However, these feelings go pretty quickly. As the use of essential oil, each time these feelings will be less pronounced.
After cleaning the teeth with oil, rinse the oral cavity with boiled water again to remove its particles. This will help get rid of the unpleasant aftertaste and prevent the excessive effect of oil on the enamel of the teeth. However, one should not be carried away by such a procedure, therefore, its conduct should not exceed 2 times a week.