The best products to strengthen tooth enamel and improve the condition of the oral cavity.
The American dental Association (American Dental Association) has compiled a list of products that contain biologically active substances that help to strengthen tooth enamel and improve oral health in General.
The list of products that can help to strengthen tooth enamel and improve oral health in General, include dairy products such as milk, cheese and yogurt, rich in calcium; leafy greens and almonds, are also good sources of calcium; eggs, fish, meat and poultry, rich in phosphorous; vegetables and fruits which are good sources of fiber; citrus fruits rich in vitamin C; sweet potatoes, carrots, greens and fish are good sources of vitamin A.
Scientists also warn that damage the teeth can bad habits such as:
the chewing of ice (this can lead to irreversible damage to the teeth, to cause small cracks and damage to the enamel); piercing tongue (it can cause the emergence of a wide range of issues, from damage to teeth, fillings and gums to bacterial infections and even allergic reactions);
teeth grinding — can lead to chipping of tooth enamel cracks and even tooth loss; cough lozenges (lozenges are usually contain a lot of sugar, which leads to excessive growth of bacteria and can worsen the condition of the oral cavity);
sweets, especially candy, dried fruit, caramel, dragee, you can get stuck in the teeth, as well as sweet sports drinks, fruit juices (they contain a lot of sugar which serves as food for bacteria and leads to their enhanced growth and acid that can damage tooth enamel);
to break the packing teeth to open something with your teeth (this can cause damage to teeth), frequent snacking (lead to stuck in the teeth of a large amount of food);
chewing a pencil or the cap of the pen is has a lot of pressure on the teeth that can lead to cracking over time;
drinking coffee (unfortunately, the caffeine can cause dry mouth and lead to dental caries, especially when we are talking about the use of sweet coffee);
Smoking (tobacco use provokes dryness of the mouth and increases the accumulation of plaque around the teeth. Smokers are also more likely to lose teeth compared to non-smokers due to diseases of the gums);
the use of red or white wine (this leads to teeth staining (red wine) and creates conditions for the formation of caries. White wine contains acids and tannins, whose impact on the teeth and causes holes in the enamel).
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