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How Vitamins and Minerals Affect Our Oral Health


Posted on 2/21/2022 by Singing River Dentistry Midtown
How Vitamins and Minerals Affect Our Oral HealthVitamins and minerals are essential for promoting oral health. This is why it is always wise to ensure your kids' diet is filled with all kinds of good vitamins to support the development of their teeth. Adults should also practice eating healthy foods to prevent their teeth from falling or becoming weak. There are so many vitamins and minerals available, and they are very helpful in boosting dental health. Some of the most common ones are:

Calcium


Calcium is a mineral sourced from salmon, milk, cheese, broccoli, etc. It helps strengthen the teeth and provide structural support for your teeth as it helps improve the jawbones. Apart from that, it is also great for your enamel as it protects it from acids.

Potassium


Potassium is yet another essential mineral that is usually overlooked. It is mostly found in bananas, avocados, and tomatoes. Aside from that, you can also get it from beans and sweet potatoes. Potassium is excellent for regulating blood acidity. When too much acid is in your blood, it removes calcium from our blood, which causes our bones and teeth to weaken. This is why you should take foods rich in potassium so that the body can utilize calcium well.

Vitamin C


Vitamin C is great for strengthening your gums and ensuring the soft tissues are healthy and strong. This, in turn, helps protect your gums from gingivitis and periodontal disease. It also prevents your teeth from loosening. To get vitamin C, use foods such as potatoes, citrus fruit or leafy vegetables every day.

Vitamin A


If your mouth is dry, you should consider finding foods rich in vitamin A. It is a suitable element for keeping the mucous membrane healthy, allowing your gums and teeth to be healthy. Vitamin A also aids in the proper absorption of proteins and calcium. Some foods rich in vitamin A are liver, egg yolk, kales, spinach, and fruits like apricots and pumpkin.

Call our dental office to find out more about other helpful minerals for your teeth. Our goal is to ensure your oral health is maintained and improved.











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