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How Cheese Helps Improve Overall Oral Health
Posted on 3/20/2020 by Office
One of the ideal foods to eat, to improve your oral health, is the dairy product of cheese. This food is a great food for conscientious dental patients, as it contains a protein called casein. Casein strengthens the teeth's enamel. Cheese also prevents acidic foods from destroying the teeth. The following information reveals more about the benefits of eating cheese. Why People Who Eat Cheese Have Great Looking Smiles Cheese, along with other foods that clean the teeth, prevent dental decay and damage. Along with cheese, you should add leafy greens to your diet, which, like cheese, contains calcium. Apples and carrots also scrub away plaque as you eat. In addition, the B vitamins in carrots fight the gum infection gingivitis. When you combine cheese with any of these foods, you will enjoy a better looking and whiter smile. You will also feel better overall. Not only does chewing cheese stimulate saliva flow, the added phosphorus and calcium support healthy teeth. However, with that being said, not every product that is labeled as cheese is good for the teeth. For example, you don't want to take it easy when eating American cheese or pre-packaged cheese dips. Both these products can wear down the tooth's enamel. If you are seeking a tooth friendly cheese, choose Monterey jack and cheddar cheeses or a soft-ripened variety, such as Brie or Camembert. A blue cheese, such as Roquefort or gorgonzola, is also good for the teeth. Would you like to learn more about what foods to eat for better dental health? If so, we can help you with you with developing an eating plan that will safeguard your family's teeth and improve their overall health. Call us today to schedule an appointment today for an exam and consultation. Don't delay setting a dental appointment. The more you care for your teeth, the more you will experience better health overall....
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