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Dental Diet

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Posted by: dental101  (1 year ago)
I am asking this one on behalf of a good friend. She wants to know if there is a recommended diet for those who want to maintain a good dental health.
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Posted by: euprivatedental  (1 year ago)
Hello,

a diet for good oral health have few basic rules:

1. To reduce the intake of carbohydrates because they are a nourishment for caries-causing bacteria
2. Every time we eat carbs our pH in mouth lowers. After that out saliva evens the pH (it works as a buffer). Lower pH (averagely between 5,4-6,4) is a better enviroment for caries-causing bacteria. So not only the amount of carbs but also the frequency matters. We should not eat carbohydrates frequently during the day (2-3 times/day is a natural thing but 6-7 times/day is not healthy) and it is even more important that daily intake.
3. Acidic drinks (ex. coca-cola, some juices, wine)cause an erosion which is a destruction of enamel but it's origin does not come from bacteria. Don't overuse this sort of drinks.
4. Don't forget to floss :)


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Posted 1 year ago
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A poor food choices can lead to gum disease and tooth decay. Foods high in carbohydrates, sugars and starches greatly contribute to the production of plaque acids that attack the tooth enamel. Eventually these acids can cause tooth enamel to break down, forming a cavity.

For good dental wellbeing, remember these tips while picking your dinners and snacks:

Drink a lot of water.
Eat an assortment of nourishments from each of the five noteworthy nutritional categories, including:
entire grains
natural products
vegetables
incline souces of protein, for example, incline meat, skinless poultry and fish; dry beans, peas and different vegetables
low-fat and without fat dairy nourishments

Posted 1 year ago
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Posted by: teeya92  (1 year ago)
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The foods you choose and how often you eat them can affect your general health and the health of your teeth and gums, too. If you consume too many sugar-filled sodas, sweetened fruit drinks or non-nutritious snacks, you could be at risk for tooth
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Posted by: teeya92  (1 year ago)
I am asking this one on behalf of a good friend. She wants to know if there is a recommended diet for those who want to maintain a good dental health.

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