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Gum Can Help Keep Your Mouth Cleaner Between Brushing

Posted on 8/24/2020 by Shiv Sharma, DDS
For anyone who has enjoyed a spicy meal, or one heavily laden with garlic, gum is often a quick fix for halitosis. Gum is also a great way to strengthen your jaw, and to help stay awake. While these are a few of the benefits of gum, it can also help to maintain your oral health. Health Benefits of Gum Gum contributes to your oral health in several different ways. It is important to make sure that you are chewing the right gum, however, to reap these benefits. Despite its many tasty flavors, bubble gum is often loaded with sugar. This sugar has the potential to be detrimental to your oral health. When left on your teeth, the sugars in these brands can contribute to an increase in bacteria and plaque. Both of these are dangerous to the teeth and impact oral health. Sugar free gum rather, than a very sweet bubble gum, is preferred for oral health benefits. When choosing a chewing gum, try and reach for the brands that indicate their approval by dentists. This is generally denoted with a stamp or crest. Chewing sugar free gum between meals can help to decrease your risk of oral health decay. When chewing gum your body naturally increases saliva production. This helps to wash away harmful acids that may attach to tooth plaque. This increase in saliva also helps to increase helpful mineral deposits in the mouth. These minerals help to strengthen enamel and protect from further breakdown. While chewing sugar free gum after a meal won't damage your teeth, it is always best to have your oral health questions and concerns answered by a licensed dentist! Come on in and have our experienced practitioners answer any questions you may have! Our dentists are also able to make specific recommendations based on your unique oral health....
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All Posts:

Gum Can Help Keep Your Mouth Cleaner Between Brushing
8/24/2020
Ways to Protect Your Teeth from Nighttime Grinding and Clenching
8/10/2020
Can I Put Aspirin on My Gum for a Toothache?
7/23/2020
Physical Ailments That Can Result From Not Caring for Our Mouths
7/7/2020
Most Common Causes of Aching Gums
6/22/2020
I Have Chalky Spots On My Teeth - Now What Do I Do?
6/8/2020
How to Keep Your Mouth Clean if You Cut Your Tongue
5/29/2020
Potential Causes Of Toothaches
5/15/2020
The Basics of a Full Dental Checkup
4/25/2020
How Often Should I Come in For A Checkup and Why?
4/15/2020
The Earliest Signs of Gum Disease to Watch For
3/25/2020
How Teeth Suffer When You Have a Sugar Addiction
3/15/2020
Is Brushing More Often Better for Your Teeth?
2/29/2020
How to Respond After Eating Something Acidic in Terms of Oral Health
2/15/2020
How to Keep Veneers White
1/25/2020
What Benefits Does Mouthwash Provide?
1/15/2020
You Never Want to Manage Oral Pain on Your Own - Come In and See Us
12/25/2019
Which Drinks Stain Your Teeth the Most?
12/15/2019
Neglecting Tooth Pain Will Not Make it Go Away
11/25/2019
Most Common Misconceptions About Root Canals
11/15/2019
The Only Way to Save Your Teeth During Advanced Gum Disease is Treating It
10/25/2019
Why a Toothache That Also Has a Fever is So Dangerous
10/15/2019
Signs Your Tooth Could Be Starting to Go Numb
9/25/2019
The Earliest Signs of Gum Disease Are Painless, So Do You Know What to Watch For?
9/15/2019
How Long After Brushing Is It Safe to Eat?
8/25/2019
Foods That Can Keep Your Breath Fresher When Eaten Regularly
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