Tooth Decay Reversing (Remineralizing) Protocol (Part 2)
Our biodentist also sent me an email regarding Zarah’s dental treatment plan. I am adding the Waterpik and dental tape to our arsenal to fight Zarah’s tooth decay.
Why use a dental tape?
The truth is, even if you have sensitive gums, you can enjoy pain-free flossing. Instead of the thin, string-like flosses, try a soft floss, such as Oral-B® SATINfloss®. Or try a dental tape, such as Oral-B’s Satin Tape, which is wider than standard floss. Many people with sensitive gums find that the dental tape is more comfortable, enabling them to make flossing part of their daily oral care routine.
Also, be sure that you’re using a soft-bristle brush, so your teeth and gums aren’t irritated when it’s time to floss. Use a soft touch with both brushing and flossing—you don’t need to scrub hard with your toothbrush or use a lot of force when you floss to get the benefits, just be sure to brush thoroughly and floss between each tooth.
As a wise dentist once said, “You don’t have to floss all your teeth—just the ones you want to keep!”
Our biodentist also showed her support via email on our remineralizing efforts. She also believes that it is possible to remineralize a tooth.