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The Green Goblin of oral hygiene is an influx of cavities in one’s mouth. Most patients of drdavidturbyfill.com
are aware that brushing and flossing is the central defender of cavities. However, few people know about these
foods, drinks, or tips that may help prevent cavities and tooth decay.

1) Cheese- Evidently, being cheesy isn’t always a bad thing. Casein, a protein included in cheese, increases
calcium levels in the mouth. Because teeth already partially consist of calcium, salvia calcium helps mineralize
teeth, which prevents cavities. This does not mean to eat 5 cheese sandwiches a day. However, cheese and
crackers every now and then wouldn’t hurt. In fact, it might help!

2) Sugar Free Gum- Believe it or not, chewing sugar free gum has been doctor recommended to avoid cavities
for years. The reason – sugar free gum consists of a sugar substitute called “xylitol.” This isn’t the same teethrotting sugar substitute included in diet soda. Xylitol prevents cavities because bacteria cannot use it to grow or
produce acid. Bacteria uses many components within the mouth as opportunities to spread, but xylitol is not one
of those components.

3) Dark Chocolate- Perhaps indulging isn’t as guilt-stricken as one would think. It turns out that dark chocolate
contains cocoa beans with strong antioxidants that can prevent tooth decay. Tannins, the component in dark
chocolate that give it its bitter taste, prevent oral bacteria from sticking to one’s teeth. The polyphenols in dark
chocolate not only limit bacteria, but also work to cease bad breath by neutralizing microorganisms. Remember
that DARK CHOCOLATE – not milk chocolate or white chocolate – is the cavity killer. Probably not a smart
idea to add a Hershey’s bar as a side to your meal. This is great news from davidturbyfilloralsurgeon.com.

4) Using a Straw- Carbonated beverages are never a wise choice regarding oral health. However, there is a way
to limit cavity growth while consuming soda: using a straw. Using a straw and while not letting the soda hit
your teeth reduces the chances of tooth decay and cavities. However, the best way to avoid cavities regarding
soda is NOT DRINKING SODA.

5) Red Wine- *For the 21+ only* While many believe that wine is an unfavorable drink for teeth due to the
stain left behind, one study suggests otherwise. It was found that wine has many components that actively
prevent tooth decay and cavities. This isn’t saying that one should excessively drink wine, and isn’t even proof
that red wine is effective in fighting cavities. It merely says that wine consists of cavity fighting components.

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