Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Ozone Uses For Dental Health

Using Home Made Ozone For Dental Health

We talked a little bit about ozone in a previous post.   There is even a free report on that page about home ozone uses.

But, I thought I would talk about two simple uses of ozone for dental health.


Cleaning Your ToothBrush

When you finish using your toothbrush you can soak it in a cup of ozonated water until the next use.  Just ozonate a small cup of water for about 10 minutes and put your toothbrush in it.  This should help to kill of any bacteria that linger behind.    This may also prevent you from reinfecting your mouth with bad breath causing bacteria.  


Another use is making an ozonated (oxygenated) mouthwash.  You see, the bad bacteria just plain hate oxygen.   It often kills them or causes them to metabolize in a way that doesn't leave the acidic byproducts that cause us so many dental health problems.

Of course, safety is a concern when working with ozone.  Never breath it in.  And be sure to follow the directions that come with your  ozonator in order to make sure you are safe.

Other Therapies

There are a number of other uses for home ozone.  People use it for a variety of purposes.  I have heard a few stories from the people I have talked to in the last few years.

Ozone has strong antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal capabilities.   I won't say too much more.  But, I would venture to guess that you probably already know or could easily find the many uses that people have discovered for home ozonated oils and water.

Our ozonator will ozonate both water and oil.  

David Snape  on  Google
Author:  What You Should Know About Gum Disease  and  How To Stop Gum Disease In 4 Easy Steps


PS:  If you want oxygenated mouthwash without fussing with a home ozone generator, try this.  For travel, you might like this.

PPS:  if you are interested in the ozone generator, you might get a really good deal if you use the 'email me a better price function'.    :)   a little secret

PPPS:  Get your free guides on fighting gum disease and stopping bad breath   

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