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All 7 chakras are involved
Oral health problems continue to be a significant concern across the world. Maintaining good oral health is essential for overall well-being and quality of life. Fortunately, Ayurveda offers a range of remedies and treatments to address various dental issues.
Ayurveda specialists place a particular emphasis on the oral cavity. They view it not only as a means of caring for healthy teeth and gums but also as a diagnostic center of the body. They pay close attention to the tongue's size, thickness, dryness, humidity, color, and teeth print on its sides, as well as polyps, furrowed surface, and more.
Dental diseases typically indicate an imbalance in Vata Dosa, and Kapha Dosha is generally responsible for the oral cavity. In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, botanical remedies are widely used for oral care.
To maintain oral health and prevent dental issues, Ayurveda recommends daily therapeutic procedures such as:
- Dant Dhavani (brush cleaning)
- Jivha Lekhana (tongue scrap)
- Gandoosha (gargling) or oil pulling
- Tissue regeneration therapies
Dental problems can affect various parts of the mouth, including the teeth, gums, tongue, and mouth.
Dental problems, Toothache, Periodontal Disease, Dental Caries or Tooth Decay, Oral Thrush, Halitosis, Stained Teeth, Tooth Sensitivity, Gum problems, Bruxism - Grinding Teeth habit, Tooth Erosion, Mouth Sores, Bleeding gums, Dry mouth syndrome, Gingivitis.
Chakra Location :
The fifth Chakra, Vishuddha, is associated with oral health.
Dosha Imbalance :
Dental issues are typically associated with an imbalance in Vata Dosa, which governs the air element.
Emotions That Block :
Emotions such as anger, unspoken words, detained emotions, and dislike can block the fifth Chakra and contribute to dental problems. Ayurveda emphasizes the importance of expressing emotions and avoiding silence as the best and right thing to do.