5 Creative Ways To Care For Your Teeth

5 Creative Ways To Care For Your Teeth

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5 Creative Ways To Care For Your Teeth
By: Sy ClarkCC BY 2.0

Taking care of yourself is more than just eating right and exercising your body daily, in fact sweating and eating a healthy diet are only part of it, brushing and flossing your teeth everyday as well as taking care of your entire body is part of a healthy lifestyle.

There are some helpful foods that you can eat to protect your teeth and improve your overall body, for instance eating aged cheese can help prevent cavities, if you eat it with the rest of your meal these tips will help you increase your oral health and have a healthy smile

Chew sugarless gum

Sugar-free gum can stimulate saliva flow in the mouth, which will decrease acid consumption and flush through food particles that stay in your mouth. This will help reduce the amount of cavities. Rinse your mouth with water after you eat and drink, it acts as a mini brushing system that can help improve your teeth.

Eat more calcium

Eating calcium rich foods like yogurt, cheese, milk and it can help improve your teeth bone structure. Eat more fruits and vegetables, like leafy green vegetables which can help stimulate saliva flow as well as their consumption of vitamin C a B and I are eating foods to help promote your healthy

Drink tea

Tea is a great source of fluoride, which can help improve your oral health. Drinking green tea can make your teeth feel better as well as healthier. Green tea is an antioxidant which can help improve your overall health.

Limit dried fruits

Dried fruit and other sticky foods get lodged in between your teeth and they can actually prevent you from having healthy smile. Fruit, although it’s healthy for you especially dried fruit, has more sugar on it which can contribute to tooth decay and cavities.

Stop drinking soda

Soda and sweet drinks such as fruit juice that’s found over the counter or in jars at the grocery store is loaded with sugar, avoid all drinks with sugar added in them including soda pop and juice.

Shannon Kaiser is a health and wellness writer for the doctors at TenderCare Dental, visit the dentist in Tigard.