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Shared on December 13, 2019 at 9:59 am

7 Tricks and Oral Health Tips to Get a Healthy Holiday Season

This holiday season is time.

Between holiday dinners, family game nights and Friendsgivings is important to not forget to care for your teeth. We look forward to eating food that is good, and we ought to. However, we should be aware of.

It can be easy to get distracted with all of the parties but is essential to be careful with eating and also make sure to look after your health. Below are a few things.

Avoid eating hard candies. Hard candies put you at risk for fracturing your teeth in case you bite into them and can be harmful. If left for a long-time period in the mouth, the sugar exposure may result in an increased risk of cavities.

Alcohol and soda may be bad for the teeth. High in acid and sugar, which may erode the enamel. Alcohol may cause decay and gum disease. Make sure you drink loads of water.
There are a few foods that may be healthy such as cheese, over the holidays for your mouth! Cheese contains phosphates and calcium in addition to agents that help balance the pH levels and strengthen teeth.
Veggies and fruits should be integrated into the diet. Not only are they healthy, but they also contain less sugar and help scrub.
Try to remember not to bite during the day, that your enamel has lots of time to remineralize between 24, eat foods. Eat sweets rather than after so that the sugars can be washed off by the saliva but function to restrict foods.
Brush and floss after eating, especially after. Just make sure you wait at least 30 minutes prior to doing not to wear the enamel away.
Be certain you schedule a visit for you or your kids so that teeth could be analyzed and cleaned in time.
Foods to Avoid
Eggnog
Many an acquired taste that eggnog is loved and loathed by many have high sugar content. Alcohol isn't great for your teeth although drinking sometimes or won't ruin your health. If you love eggnog and can't part this holiday season, or are excited about libations, make certain to look after your teeth by brushing twice a day and especially from creating plaque build-up to prevent sugar.

Dried Fruit
You understand it can be For those who have consumed fruit before. The fruit provides nourishment for plaque build-up and bacteria, resulting in risk in cavities.

Candy Canes
Essentially entirely sugar, candy canes comprise of sucrose (table sugar) and contain high fructose corn syrup. They are bad for your teeth while they're yummy in moderation. Do they promote cavities, but they can lead to damage from biting to the candy that is hard.

Stuffing and starchy foods
Despite being more than a number of herbs and bread, stuffing is a holiday favorite. Whether it served as a side dish or cooked in the turkey, is bound to make an appearance. Stuffing is bad for your teeth, though isn't especially high in sugar. A bacterium that increases the risk for cavities and makes plaque inclined to follow your teeth is created by the stuffing.

Make certain to enjoy this holiday season! Think about bringing a toothbrush and floss to be certain that you can keep your smile.

Flossing once daily and brushing will make it effortless to remain on top of your oral hygiene. Make sure you schedule your cleaning using the button below or phone us. MYdentist always pleased to help and be a resource for you!

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15 days ago
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