This plant is used in India for a thousand different healing remedies; among them is better dental health.
You can use neem in a mouthwash, or even find neem toothpaste. It has both antimicrobial and antifungal properties.
In one study involving three different groups with gum disease: one using traditional mouthwash, one treated with neem gel, and the last a placebo, the neem group had the best outcome.
5. Mustard Oil
This method has been used for hundreds of years to combat bad dental hygiene. It destroys bacteria in the mouth and heals the gums very fast. It also has pain-reducing qualities along with being anti-microbial and anti-bacterial.
6. Aloe Vera Gel
Best when it comes straight form the plant, aloe vera is a great anti-inflammatory that is especially helpful if your gums are red and inflamed.
7. Eat more fruits and vegetables.
Not only do fruits and vegetables with skins help clean the teeth, but the antioxidants in both fruits and vegetables also prevent plaque build up in the mouth.