The teeth and gums are vital in our day to day, since if they do not have a good development and maintenance it can cause discomfort when chewing, inflammation in the case of the gums, and not only that, since having a weak bite and Not chewing enough can contribute, among other things, to poor jaw development, thus causing our teeth to become crowded and malformations are generated.

 

TIPS TO STRENGTHEN YOUR TEETH AND GUMS

Here are some tips from your Sermadent dental clinic:

 

AVOID AGGRESSIVE BRUSHING

Brushing your teeth after eating is essential in our oral health as it contributes to cleaning tartar and bacteria, but it must be gentle and prolonged, otherwise it could be counterproductive by inflaming our gums.

 

EAT FOODS THAT PROTECT FROM ENAMEL

Those foods that protect tooth enamel are those with dairy, since they strengthen bones and make our teeth have greater strength, the foods of this type that are most often consumed are: milk, cheese and yogurt.

 

AVOID SUGARED FOOD AND DRINKS

It is very important to stay away as much as possible from this type of food or drink, since they feed the bacteria that reside in the mouth, and these are transformed into acids that wear down tooth enamel.

 

USE FLUORINE

Through this, we can strengthen the enamel and we can even repair cavities if it is treated professionally and early. In addition to this, over the years and constant chewing causes the tooth enamel to deteriorate, thus losing strength when chewing, this is where fluoride takes center stage again since through this we can recover the mineral that is has lost thus improving our oral health, it is also advisable to use toothpastes that contain said mineral “fluoride” on a daily basis as it prevents different oral diseases.

 

CHEW PROPERLY

Many people think that they chew correctly when they are not, and because of this they have problems with their gums, this happens because they are in charge of supporting the teeth, and by not chewing enough times they become sensitized and causes flare up more easily. Regarding chewing, it must be done repeatedly since in this way the muscles of our jaw will be activated, if you do not chew enough and add several unhealthy habits, your teeth can become malformed and crowded.

 

EAT FOODS RICH IN VITAMIN D

Vitamin D is a great ally when it comes to preventing gingivitis “What is inflammation and bleeding of the gums“, this occurs because it helps to absorb calcium more easily than as mentioned above helps to increase strength and tooth density.

Vitamin D also helps the absorption of phosphors that help strengthen our teeth and gums.

Some foods rich in vitamin D are:
Fatty fish such as trout or salmon, liver oils from
fish, beef liver, cheese, egg yolk, etc.

 

EAT FOODS RICH IN VITAMIN C

We must eat foods rich in vitamin C so that we can obtain collagen, a protein cell is responsible for maintaining the firmness and elasticity of our muscles, ligaments, etc. In addition, the gums are composed mainly of collagen, so it must be consumed to strengthen it and stimulate its formation. In general, to have a diet rich in vitamin C, it is enough to maintain a healthy and balanced diet, since many fruits and vegetables contain these vitamins, some examples of foods that you can consume are; orange, lemon, kiwi, tangerine, papaya …

 

AVOID CRUSHING YOUR TEETH

Many people have a habit of unconsciously clenching their teeth at night, this is known as bruxism, and it should be avoided at all costs, since by clenching our teeth what we will achieve is to wear down the enamel and wear down the gums.

 

USE DENTAL THREAD AND MOUTH RINSE FREQUENTLY

The use of dental floss helps to reinforce the enamel since it easily removes the remaining residues when brushing the teeth, after this it is advisable to use mouthwash since in this way it provides a total feeling of freshness, a total cleaning and contributes to eliminate bad breath. The order that should be followed is toothbrushing, flossing, and mouthwash.

 

KEEP US HYDRATED

Drinking a lot of water at the end of the day is highly recommended since this favors the production of saliva, and this is a main element to clean the mouth naturally and unconsciously, what it does is drag the possible bacterial plaque that has been stuck between the teeth.

 

TO VISIT THE DENTIST

You should visit the dentist periodically, since they can make reviews and measure our progress in the most professional way possible, but just going to the dentist is not enough, since everything mentioned above must be applied to obtain results and that our teeth and gums are the healthiest and strongest possible.

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