A healthy way to keep your teeth strong and infection free is Regular brushing and flossing that maximise oral hygiene and minimize the sugar and food particles that is an open door for the bacteria to enter. Plaque stuck onto the teeth creates acid that damages the tooth, causing cavities gum infection, and tooth decay. […]

A healthy way to keep your teeth strong and infection free is Regular brushing and flossing that maximise oral hygiene and minimize the sugar and food particles that is an open door for the bacteria to enter. Plaque stuck onto the teeth creates acid that damages the tooth, causing cavities gum infection, and tooth decay.

Now this article will give you the information that maintaining oral hygiene through brushing and flossing is not enough, but maintaining a good diet and eating the exact food will also contribute to the procedure of keeping the teeth healthy. Some universal researchers has found some food elements that promotes the teeth to be healthy.

So, here are seven teeth-friendly foods that show promise to keep the teeth healthy.

Green Tea/ Black tea

Green tea is an organic tooth that is extracted from a plant and naturally used without adding the sugar. It has a small element that is generally found in the teeth, that slowly stops the growth of bacteria associated with cavities and gum diseases. It is very uncommon that rising your mouth with black tea instead of water will less the plaque that is built on the teeth. It will result in reduction in size and stickness of the plaque.

It is said by the researchers that normal tea with tea increase the ability of the bacteria that jumbles together with other bacteria that affects the health of the teeth.

Cheddar Cheese

In a book of healthy tips the experts of dentistry said that at the age between 12 to 15 years who ate cheddar cheese are less affected from the acid and bacteria inside the mouth as compared to the people who eat normal cheese. Cheese neutralize and balance the level of eatery that eliminates the growing plaque.

Raisins

Raisins are made naturally that contains natural sugar. In some cases, sugar helps the bacteria to stick on the surface of the tooth, that produces plaque. It is said by the experts that raisins is also featured with an element that fills the cavity that causes cavity. Compounds in raisins also eliminates the growth of bacteria that is associated with gum disease.

Crunchy foods

All the crunchy food is not considered to be poor for the oral health. Some vegetables and fruits like carrots, apples, and cucumbers has the high minerals that is considered to be the best crunch. It has an aspect that disturbs the plaque and work as a cleansing for the teeth. So instead of remaining in your mouth and settling on teeth, bacteria get cleared away by eating the healthy crunchy food.

Vitamin-rich foods

Foods that contains calcium such as cheese, almonds and leafy greens, and foods that are high in phosphorus a chemical element like meat, eggs and fish helps to keep the tooth away from the bacteria and keeps the gums strong and healthy. Food items that has high number of calcium is good for teeth and jaw bones.

Milk

In a study of the research, drinking milk of glass that has dowing dry, less sugar, lowers the level of acid inside the mouth rather than drinking water or apple juice. Milk eliminates the acid from the mouth, due to which it kills the bacteria. Though drinking sweet milk is bad for teeth, but drinking it after the consumption of desserts, chocolate cake, will protect the teeth from the bacteria to enter.

Cranberries

Cranberries are the berries that has health advantages, that keeps the plaque away from the teeth, stopping it from growing. Because the berry fruit is so tart, many products of branberry have added sugar, which may affect any potential benefits for teeth.

Expert's Opinions

  • Dr. Reena Waghela Dental Director of Sabka dentist says "It is important to use only sugar—free gum, as ordinary chewing gum contains sugar and therefore may damage your teeth."

Dr. Priyanka graduated in 2008, obtained her BDS degree from the faculty of dentistry at the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences. Upon graduating, she was selected to complete a multi-disciplinary hospital residency at Government Dental College and Hospital, Mumbai. This residency provided her with advanced training in all the specialties of dentistry. Dr. Priyanka then moved to private practice, working as an associate dentist.
Dr. Priyanka has a diploma in Soft Tissue Lasers from IALD and fellowship in Implant & Esthetic Dentistry. Dr. Priyanka completed MBA in Hospital Management and Clinical Research. She has worked at Sabka Dentist since 2012 and is pleased to say that their advanced technology allows dentists like her to provide patients with painless, gentle dentistry and a pleasant experience.

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