6 Easy Ways To Eat Like A Dentist

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In this article from The Parkway Dentist in Fort Worth, we are talking about nutrition. There is nothing that impacts your smile as much as your eating habits. Develop good eating practices and your dentist will smile down on you too.

1. Rinse after eating

Rinse your mouth with a sip of water or brush your teeth after meals. People who snack all day long subject their teeth to sugars and food debris. Planned meals with brushing in between keeps your oral health on top.

2. Abstain from sugary gum

Sugar free gum doesn’t leave sugar to break down on your teeth and jeopardize your smile. If you love gum and can’t give it up, do your smile a favor and go sugarless.

3. Avoid sticky foods

Sticky foods have a way of clinging to your teeth, which puts you at risk of decay. Toffee, gummy candy, fruit snacks, even dried fruit can be bad for teeth. Brushing doesn’t always clear away the particles, so remember to floss after eating sticky items.

4. Consume nutritious foods

A balanced diet with a variety of vitamins and minerals can keep the immune system strong and able to resist infection.

5. Say ‘cheese!’

Cheese contains calcium and protects teeth from acid that weakens tooth enamel. (It’s critical not to go overboard as cheese is high in fat.)

6. Avoid acidic foods

Acid will eat away enamel over time: lemons, red wine, soda pop. Limit direct, constant, consistent exposure. All things in moderation!

If you have concerns about enamel damage that’s already taken place on your teeth or need help with crooked, chipped, or missing teeth, call The Parkway Dentist in Fort Worth. Services include general and famly dentistry, and restorative dentistry. Schedule an appointment today!

Contact The Parkway Dentist:

817-735-1616

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4200 Bryant Irvin Rd Ste 101
Fort Worth, Texas
76109

 

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