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Snacks That Promote Oral Health - Part 1

Our patients are often asking for new methods to enhance their oral health. A great strategy to sustain a bright and healthy smile is by making overall health and well-being your main concern. Staying informed on how we regard our bodies is integral to being healthier inside and out.

Commonplace oral bacteria, referred to as Streptococcus Mutans, lead to the mouth to become very susceptible to discoloration and decay. This specific bacteria results in plaque accumulation and will lead to elevated bacteria reproduction. To keep your mouth healthy, there are some food choices that may be good for your mouth and overall well being.

Carrots are definitely a very good snack food which could appeal to both children as well as grownups. These delicious and crisp snacks help to promote the saliva within your mouth which naturally serves to help to get rid of plaque. These also are abundant in Vitamin A, which is great for your eye-sight. Carrots will help make your vision solid and your enamel bright.

Celery, although pretty tasteless, is rather low in calories and may be dipped in peanut butter or ranch dressing in order to get added taste. Celery necessitates chewing that serves to help to boost saliva in your mouth, which aids in getting rid of plaque. The fibrous strands in celery additionally serve to organically clean your pearly whites.

Pineapples are really a sweet treat that contains minerals and vitamins. The astringent quality of pineapples will frequently serve to help to remove discolorations off of your teeth. Additionally, they are rich in bromelain, a protein-breaking molecule that can also serve to help to keep your teeth clean.

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