Oil Pulling For Sensitive Teeth

Do you have sensitive teeth? If so, we will be the first to say… That sucks. We feel you. We really do. No one likes trying to enjoy a popsicle, or an iced coffee, or whatever your favourite treat may be and being punished by the sharp excruciating pain that is sensitive teeth.


In fact, I like to think back to a time when I didn’t have sensitive teeth. It seems as I’ve grown older my teeth have gotten more sensitive. While age could be to blame (I’ve started to blame everything on aging), I actually think I can trace my sensitive teeth back to my obsession with keeping them white. 


I used to love trying to keep my teeth white anyway I knew how. Whether that involved multiple boxes of whitening strips, plastic molds filled with whitening gels bought off of Amazon, or one really expensive dentist visit, I really would try anything. But, that came with a price. Seriously though… all of those methods were very expensive. The other downside was, my teeth became super sensitive. 


Luckily, a few years later, I found oil pulling and have never looked back. I have been able to maintain my white teeth easily just by oil pulling every morning. If you’re wondering why oil pulling with Coco Rinse is safe for sensitive teeth, the reason is because it is an all-natural solution that doesn't contain any harmful peroxides or bleach. As an added bonus, the lauric acid in coconut oil helps to fight bad bacteria and the fat helps to break down plaque and tartar build up on your teeth. The results? A whiter, brighter, and more importantly, a healthy smile!


Do you have sensitive teeth? Have you tried oil pulling before? Let us know if it's helped you keep your sensitive teeth white in the comments below!