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July 7, 2020 • 1min read • PCCD Office

Can Chewing Gum Help Improve Your Oral Health

Since we were little, we’ve been told to stay away from candy to preserve our oral health, particularly, our teeth. This is quite true about most candies. However, chewing gum has evolved a lot. Today, chewing gum can even help us improve our oral health tremendously. Here is how.

Increasing Flow Of Saliva

Although most people don’t think about it, saliva is very important for our oral health. People with dry mouths or those who have an inadequate flow of saliva, often experience discomfort while speaking, swallowing, and even eating. The dry mouth might be a result of a health condition or taking some medication, in which case gum should help.

Avoid Tooth Decay

Apart from keeping the mouth moist, saliva is also essential in keeping the mouth clean. It aids in removing food debris from the teeth and also help in the delivery of fluoride and calcium to the teeth to keep them strong. However, it’s important to note that sugar-free gum is most preferred because those with artificial sugar damage the enamel, and the sugars can contribute to cavities instead of helping.

Eliminating Bad Breath

Bad breath can be very demoralizing for plenty of people. However, you can fix it almost instantly with some good chewing gum. Bad breath can be brought about by eating certain foods, and in some cases, it can be because of a problem in your mouth, in which case you should come see us immediately.

Whitening Teeth

Having white teeth is considered a major aesthetic plus for many people. Some of our lifestyle choices such as smoking and drinking too much coffee can be major contributors to our tooth discoloration. To combat this, you can use teeth whitening chewing gum after meals to get rid of the stuck food particles and keep your teeth looking excellent.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding chewing gum and your oral health, feel free to contact us, and we’ll be more than happy to assist!

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