Dairy Products and Herbal Teas Are Good for Teeth

dairy products and herbal teas are good for teeth
dairy products and herbal teas are good for teeth
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Aesthetic Dentist Dr. Efe Kaya stated that tooth production occurs until the end of the 20s, so the foods eaten and drunk are very important. “The structure of teeth consists of dense inorganic substances. These are mostly minarets.

Milk and milk products

Milk, yogurt and cheese are the most important nutrients for our teeth and gum health. These foods protect the teeth and prevent the formation of caries with the high content of calcium and phosphate they contain. Due to the basic properties of cheeses, the acidic environment in the mouth is neutralized and acids are prevented from causing tooth decay.

Drinks

Drinking water, green tea and other herbal teas are beneficial drinks for dental and gingival health due to their antioxidant and antibacterial properties. Its benefits have been proven when consumed without sugar. Acidic drinks are drinks that should not be consumed because of their abrasive properties on tooth enamel and because they cause caries.

After the production of the teeth in the mouth is completed, they do not experience major changes in their structure. Therefore, the foods eaten and drunk in this age are very important. Foods such as milk, yoghurt, cheese and buttermilk containing intense calcium should be consumed intensively. Since carrots, potatoes and broccoli are a source of vitamin A, the tooth production mechanism is supported as a result of their consumption. Fish meat and chicken will support the structure of the teeth thanks to the intense phosphorus content. After the formation of the teeth in the mouth is completed, acidic beverages that may damage the enamel structure of the teeth should be avoided and a straw should be used in case of consumption. Intense acid causes erosion of tooth enamel. Foods containing intense carbohydrates increase the susceptibility to tooth decay.

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