Foods Can Help Whiten Your Teeth Naturally
Maintaining healthy white teeth begins at a young age.
The enamel of the teeth is subject to stains and erosion over time from the foods we eat and beverages we drink, on top of other things.
Let us not forget about taking care of your teeth to help prevent plaque which is a clear film of bacteria that sticks to your teeth.
After you eat, bacteria go crazy over the sugar on your teeth, like ants at a picnic. The bacteria breaks it down into acids that eat away tooth enamel, causing holes called cavities.
Plaque also causes gingivitis which is gum disease that can make your gums red, swollen, and sore. Your gums are those soft pink tissues in your mouth that hold your teeth in place.
After all adults spend a lot of money on commercial teeth whitening products to restore the healthy, white aesthetic on their teeth, but for kids maintaining healthy white teeth can come at less of a cost.
There are a number of teeth whitening solutions that do not require regularly purchasing or expensive oral hygiene products to whiten teeth and, for kids, these are effective ways in which they can preserve enamel and maintain a healthy smile naturally. Using lemon and baking soda as a paste scrub is a excellent cleaning solution.
Remember to consume hard fruits and vegetables and limit sugary and acidic foods to help whiten your children’s teeth.