You Eat Them Every Day and They Destroy Your Teeth

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Dr. Sameer Patel, dentist, points out the problems that can occur if you eat only “on foot”.

You Eat Them Every Day and They Destroy Your Teeth

1. Breakfast

Danger

Some grains that you can purchase in the form of muesli and finished combinations contain additives and more important – they contain more than three tablespoons of sugar per serving. Although manufacturers praise their products as the ‘healthiest’ breakfast, however it can be a bad choice for your teeth.

Solution

Eat cereals with dairy products, to reduce the impact of sugar on the health of your teeth. Calcium and vitamin D in dairy products are useful ingredients that help strengthen the teeth.

2. Hot drinks

Danger

Coffee and tea are bad for your teeth if you eat them in large quantities dark spots may appear and your teeth may turn yellow.

Regular consumption of these drinks can lead to bad breath, which also leads to dehydration of the lips.

Solution

It is best to rinse the mouth with water and thereby reduce the possibility of dehydration of the lips.

3. Sandwich

Danger

Many sandwiches bought on “the street” contain a lot of sugar that improves the taste of the bread. Processed carbohydrates can create more bacteria in the mouth and thus lead to cavities.

Solution

Bread containing wholegrain cereals are the best choice for your teeth.

4. Cold drinks

Danger

For those who enjoy making shakes – Beware!

Although the fruit is considered as an extremely healthy grocery, still it contains fruit acids that can distort the enamel. When the fruit is squeezed, the greater amount of acid touches your teeth.

Solution

Calcium in dairy products and soy milk can strengthen the teeth and prevent damage from the fruit acids.

5. Snacks

Danger

Snacks containing dried fruit, like popcorn, can be fatal for your teeth.

Although sugars in dried fruit are natural when they are in your mouth, they do not differ from processed. Popcorn produces strong acid in your mouth and can lead to damage.

Solution

Snacks with apple and pear contain more water. The fruit that contains a greater amount of water relieves fruit acid. Regular cleaning of the teeth prevents the creation of sediments that may occur from food residue.

Note: after eating fruits, do not immediately wash your teeth!