1. Unrefined, organic, cold-pressed (or expeller-pressed) sesame oil, first thing in the morning before you eat anything. Slowly squish one (1) tablespoon of this for no more than 4 minutes. Then spit out and rinse your mouth with salt water. Repeat if desired. Then brush teeth with (toothpaste and) a soft bristle toothbrush.
2. Wheatgrass powder, 1/4 teaspoon — also no more than 4 minutes. This is many times more effective than coconut oil pulling.
3. Food-grade hydrogen peroxide (3 percent.) 1/4 teaspoon in 4 ounce of water. Squish, then spit out! I recommend you do this on a restricted bases, being that hydrogen peroxide kills both bad and good bacteria in your mouth. You need those good bacteria as much as you don’t need the bad ones. So I recommend hydrogen peroxide use only one (1) week out of the month. Don’t even breathe in bottle when you open. AVOID the 35 percent hydrogen peroxide: it is too concentrated and (in my opinion) dangerous.
Instead of flossing, use a quality waterpik.
Also, if your teeth is bad, your stomach, liver and blood is toxic because of toxins and nutritional deficiency. Use Icelandic Sea kelp for your micro nutrients and wild chaga tea for your macro nutrients.
So, after squishing slowly for 4 minutes, spit out. Do not swallow either the sesame oil, wheatgrass mix or hydrogen peroxide. They will be filled with bacteria. Only 3 to 4 minutes. Any longer will make the bacteria reabsorb back into your blood, teeth, etc. So, sesame oil in the morning, wheatgrass in the afternoon, and hydrogen peroxide in the night is how I would do it. Or just choose one product of the three choices only — my personal favorite is the sesame oil squishing, followed by the wheatgrass juice mix.