5 Foods That Are Great For Your Oral Health

5 Foods That Are Great For Your Oral Health

Posted by PRIMARY DENTAL CLINIC on Mar 5 2021, 05:09 AM

Taking care of your teeth isn’t a difficult task at all. You can support your teeth by watching what you eat. Conversely, you can hasten tooth decay or damage them by eating foods that are harmful to them. According to the American Dental Association, a healthy eating pattern is a perfect way to keep your teeth strong and your smile happy. In this blog, we will list out some of the best foods that you should consider adding to your diet.

Foods that are good for your teeth

The ADA suggests you eat a variety of food to maintain optimum oral health. Let’s take a look at the good guys.

Vegetables and fiber-rich fruits: Foods keep your teeth and gums clean as they get your saliva flowing. Apart from good dental hygiene practice, this is your best bet to fight the onset of gum disease or cavities.

Sugarless chewing gum: Chewing gum generates saliva and helps fight the ill-effects of oral bacteria caused by sugary or starchy food.

Dairy Products: Dairy products like cheese, milk, and yogurt, etc., are known to be great saliva makers. Besides, dairy products are rich in calcium and phosphates that enable your mouth to put back minerals your teeth may have lost while consuming food.

Green or black teas: You may have heard green and black teas add a few years to your life; what you probably didn’t know is they both contain polyphenols that fight off the buildup of plaque in your mouth.

Fluoride-rich food: Consuming a variety of foods that contain fluoride like certain cereals, powdered juices, seafood, and poultry products will help your teeth remain strong.

To sum it up, there aren’t many problems that can be fixed without a good diet, the same is the case with your oral health too. Using the aforementioned products in your daily diet will keep your teeth strong.

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