A Tooth-Friendly Diet

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What you eat affects your mouth. You can make your teeth healthier by preventing tooth decay and gum disease. Learn from dentists in Poland how to eat best for your teeth and what to avoid.


Drinking milk builds strong bones and teeth – this ia a well known fact. When your diet lacks calcium, the body takes minerals from teeth and bones, which increases the risk of tooth decay. People who don’t have enough calcium are almost 2 times more likely to have  gum disease.

Vitamin C

The body needs vitamin C to  help the body fight infections. People who don’t have enough vitamin C are more likely to have gingivitis, which is a form of periodontal disease which causes gums to become red from inflammation, swelling and bleeding. Dentistry in Poland offers many treatments to help you gain a beautiful smile.

Fruits and Vegetables

Vegetables and fruits are crunchy and therefore excellent for your teeth. They act as a detergent on teeth which wipes away bacteria that cause plaque. Additionally they need a lot of chewing, which increases the production of saliva, which is healthy.


Tea might stain teeth but the elements found in black tea can destroy or suppress the growth of cavity, helping to prevent both cavities and gum disease.


Water rinses away bacteria and the rests of food that bacteria may turn into plaque.

What to avoid?

Candy, especially gummy bears and hard candy are surely to be avoided. Drinking coke or soda is extremely bad because such drinks combine sugar with acids.


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