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Siwak (or miswak) is a natural toothbrush from the tree called Arak (Salvadora persica). Siwak, strongly recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO), is a good substitute for synthetic toothbrushes and toothpaste.
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The SIWAK (or Miswak) Properties: This amazing stick of Siwak, will make you throw in the trash your synthetic toothbrush and your toothpaste to the chemicals. Surrender your certainty and opt for this simple and natural way, used for centuries to clean and treat your teeth and gums. The Siwak replaces the toothbrush and toothpaste. It is used everywhere, water is not required for its use. Siwak, twice recommended by the World Health Organization, drastically removes dental plaque without damaging your teeth and gums (unlike nylon fibers). The secret of Siwak lies in the fact that it contains active natural substances that are particularly intended for oral hygiene. Use: For convenience, when first used, you can remove the thin bark at one end over a length of 1 cm. You can also dip this end a few hours in fresh water if the wood is dry. Chew the end of the Siwak until the fibers dissolve like a toothbrush. Your siwak is ready to use: Rub each tooth face by side. - Reinforcement of the gingiva Study 1. - Help with the elimination of dental plaque Studies 2 and 3. - Protection of the enamel and preventive effect on the formation of plaque and cavities (Studies 1 and 3) Bibliography Study 1 Ra'ed Al Sadhan I. (BDS) and Khalid Almas (BDS, MSC, DDPH.RCS, FRACDS, FDS RCSED, FICD), "Miswak (chewing stick): A Cultural and Scientific Heritage", Saudi Dental Journal, College of Dentistry, King Saud University, Riyadh, vol. 11, No. 2, 1999, p. 80-88 Study 2 Mr. Al-Otaibi, Mr. Al-Harthy, B. Söder, A. and B. Gustafsson Angmar-Månsson, "Comparative effect of chewing sticks and toothbrushing is plaque removal and gingival health," Oral Health Prev Dent, Department of Cariology and Endodontology, Institute of Odontology, Karolinska Institutet, Huddinge, Sweden, US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health, The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), 2003 The aim of this study is to try prophylactic and curative effects on prevention and avoidance of dental plaque as well as the maintenance of oral health - primarily gingival and periodontal - resulting from chewing miswak sticks compared to the usual brushing teeth. Study 3 Khalid Almas (BDS, MSc, FRACDS, FDSRCS Ed HADD, FICD, Zuhair Al-Zeid, BDS), "The Immediate Antimicrobial Effect of a Toothbrush and Miswak is Cariogenic Bacteria: A Clinical Study," The Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice, vol. 5, No. 1, February 15, 2004. Study 4Ismaïl Abbas' Undersøkelse av aktuell eldgammel munnrengjøringsmetode "Det odontologisk fakultet, University of Bergen, 23 June 2003. dentistry doctoral dissertation on the theme of traditional use in miswaak quality of substitutive alternative to the modern toothbrush: clinical evaluation, comparative bacterial flora respectively induced bacterial.