Tuesday, January 30, 2018

How You Can Eat and Drink Your Way to Better Dental Health

We all know that brushing and flossing helps maintain our teeth, but did you know that these foods and beverages can also help with dental health? 

Cheese - Cheese can reduce levels of acid in our mouths. 

Tea - Polyphenols, which are found in black and green teas, slow the growth of bacteria that causes gum disease and cavities. 

Milk - Milk lowers the level of acid in the mouth. 

Raisins - Raisins contain phytochemicals, which may kill cavity-causing plaque bacteria.

Cranberries - Just like tea, cranberries have polyphenols, which may prevent plaque from sticking to teeth. 

Gum - As long as it's sugarless, gum creates more saliva, which clears away bacteria.


  1. Great info. I always see posts on what NOT to eat so this is helpful. I just switched dental insurances through Insurance Line One so I started seeing a new dentist. I have learned so much about taking care of my teeth and I will have to start eating these foods more often thanks