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Remineralise Teeth

How to Stop Demineralisation and Remineralise Teeth

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Along with bone and dentin, minerals like calcium and phosphate contribute to the formation of tooth enamel. They also guard against cavities and tooth decay. 

The minerals in your teeth deteriorate as you age. Eating foods that are acidic and sweet may be the cause of this. Additionally, it happens when germs build up in your mouth. Without completely replacing the tooth, restoring the enamel or bone is impossible after they have been lost. Before tooth decay sets in, lifestyle adjustments and DIY remedies can help correct demineralisation. Remineralisation is the term for this process. Additionally, you can prevent demineralisation.

Avoid sugar 

Sugar is highly acidic and interacts with bacteria in the mouth by breaking down tooth enamel. A higher frequency in sugar consumption led to more demineralisation than the amount consumed. Most likely, your dentist has already advised you to avoid sweets.

Remineralise Teeth – Brush your teeth

It’s crucial to brush your teeth to get rid of germs. Cavities, also known as dental caries, are mainly brought on by an overgrowth of bacteria in your mouth. 

Food and drink are the primary sources of this bacteria’s spread. Regular tooth brushing helps eliminate the germs that can cause cavities and mineral loss.

Up your water intake

In addition to being naturally devoid of sugar, water assists in the body’s detoxification process. Rinsing your mouth with water after consuming acidic or sugary foods may also lessen demineralisation. 

Although they aren’t entirely forbidden, coffee and tea don’t do anything to help your teeth remineralise. These compounds may also be acidic. 

Remineralise Teeth – Increase your vitamin intake

Although the teeth naturally manufacture calcium, acids and bacteria erode this vital mineral over time. Calcium-rich meals can replace calcium. Studies suggest that consuming calcium-rich cheese can mitigate the harmful effects of sugar consumption. 

You might consider taking vitamin D supplements if your diet lacks sufficient calcium. Supplementing with vitamin D may help prevent cavities. Also, multivitamins may also benefit if your diet is deficient in some vitamins.

Remineralise Teeth

Limit foods high in starch

Simple carbs may be found mainly in starchy foods like bread, rice, and potatoes. As a result, your mouth contains more fermentable carbohydrates, which might damage your teeth. When consuming starchy meals with sugar, tooth decay is often increased. Plain rice, unlike sweetened rice, is not bad for the teeth.

Remineralise Teeth – Limit fruit juices

Fruit may be somewhat acidic even though it is a component of a balanced, nutritious diet. Citrus fruits are among the worst offenders. 

On dental enamel, fruit acids cause a process known as calcium chelation. In other words, the acids bond to calcium and dissolve it. Fruit juices are considerably worse because they frequently have added sugar and are acidic. Avoiding liquids and consuming acidic fruits in moderation are your better choices.

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