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Things That Benefit Teeth

Cosmetic Dentist San Ramon Recommends Eating & Drinking the Following:

As a cosmetic dentist San Ramon we want the best for our patients. Certain foods and beverages that people consume can either harm or help the teeth. We highly recommend consuming as much of the following as possible if you wish for healthy teeth:


Milk is loaded with calcium, and calcium can help to nourish the teeth. Throughout the day we lose enamel as a result of continuous acid attacks on the teeth. Milk and other calcium rich foods and beverages can help to restore some of the lost minerals. Milk can also help to prevent periodontal disease!

Fatty Fish

Fatty fish, such as wild salmon and Atlantic mackerel are great for you and your teeth. These kinds of fish are extremely high in vitamin D. Vitamin D aids the body in the absorption of calcium, and as a result can help to prevent gum disease.


Oranges are another food that your cosmetic dentist San Ramon recommends eating whenever you are in the mood for a snack. Citrus fruits, like oranges, are high in Vitamin C which helps to strengthen blood vessels and connective tissue. This includes the tissues that hold your teeth in place.


Not only do strawberries have a lot of nutritional value, but they are a natural teeth whitener as well. Just like other citrus fruits, strawberries are high in vitamin C which is vital in the production of collagen, a protein that keeps your gums strong and healthy.


Believe it or not, but water is extremely beneficial for your teeth because it is one of the best ways to help prevent dental decay and cavities. Water helps to prevent dry mouth and washes away plaque and debris from the surface of your teeth. Try and drink a lot of water and be sure to keep yourself hydrated.

For more tips on what is good and bad for your teeth contact your cosmetic dentist San Ramon by calling (925) 804-6440 to schedule an appointment.

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