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Chewing Sugar Free Gums For Whiter Teeth

Chewing Sugar Free Gums For Whiter Teeth

Brushing your teeth after meals is the best way to prevent the food that you eat from staining your teeth.

But it is not always possible to brush right after eating a meal, drinking coffee or having some wine with friends.

If you eat out often and are concerned about your teeth getting stained by what you eat and drink there is an alternative to brushing.

Chewing sugar free gum after eating or drinking has been proven to help prevent stains and keep your mouth healthy.

How Sugar Free Gum Helps Your Mouth

There are a couple of ways that sugar free gum can help prevent stained teeth.

The first is that when you chew gum the gum acts like an abrasive on the teeth, gently scrubbing away any stains as well as food particles and plaque that get stuck to your teeth.

As the gum scrubs away the stains and the debris your teeth will look whiter and no new stains will be able to set on the surface of the teeth.

Chewing sugar free gum also stimulates the production of saliva in your mouth.

That saliva will help rinse debris and plaque from your teeth.

When your mouth has been rinsed by saliva your breath will be fresher and your teeth will be whiter.

Do Not Stop Brushing

Just because chewing sugar free gum will make your teeth whiter doesn’t mean that you can stop brushing though.

You still need to brush your teeth with toothpaste at least twice a day.

But if you are out with friends eating or you are working late and don’t get the chance to brush right after your meal, do not worry.

Chewing sugar free gums will prevent stains and plaque and keep your teeth white.

Just be sure that the gum is sugarless.

Sugary gums can end up damaging your teeth and causing decay.

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Author: Katherine McDolly

Besides blog author, Katherine McDolly is also a full-time certified nutritionist and beautician in women health products

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