What is a Tooth Friendly Diet?
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What is a tooth friendly diet?

A Tooth Friendly Diet

If you have had a dental exam and your dentist said you had too many sweets, that may be the right time to ask what can you eat that will be a little more friendly to your pearly whites. It is easy to look the other way when presented with a list of healthy food items, but anyone serious about their dental health should focus on what they should eat.

Regularly brushing and flossing your teeth can provide excellent results, but avoiding calcium or vitamin C may cause damage that is difficult to reverse. When drinking lots of milk, orange juice, cheese, yogurt, and salmon.

Your dentist will always tell you to rinse and you must absolutely do that on a regular basis, which is by drinking plenty of water. You can remove particles of food that remain in your mouth. Repeat this process throughout the day and you will be minimizing the development of unwanted bacteria.

If you like vegetables, that is a good thing, but you can also eat more chewable vegetables, which can help dislodge stubborn food particles. For those that drink a lot of tea, start thinking about reducing the amount you drink on a daily basis. There are, however, certain types of tea that can reduce the risks of cavities and specific gum disease.

The list of foods you should be avoiding are large. To simplify this list, avoid sugary, sticky, and gummy foods. These can remain in your mouth for a long period of the time, especially in spaces between your teeth where it is difficult to clean.

 Foods such as pickles, tomatoes, and red wine contain a high acidic value so you should avoid those when possible. Naturally, you are going to eat foods from both the tooth-friendly and not friendly lists, which is why practicing proper brushing and flossing is still important.

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