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Effects of Vitamins and Mineral on Your Teeth

Posted on 5/24/2021 by Brandon Cooley
Effects of Vitamins and Mineral on Your TeethSince your oral health can directly affect your body, it's important to take good care of your teeth and gums. Any oral infections can be followed by stomach problems because they might travel downstream through saliva. Fortunately, you can prevent most oral health problems through moderate consumption of vitamins and minerals. Here is how vitamins and minerals affect your teeth and protect your body.

Calcium Intake

You might have heard that calcium is good for bones, but it's also advantageous for your teeth. It's the most abundant mineral found in your body, and your teeth are 99% made from calcium. So consuming milk can shield your teeth from bacteria and infection.

Phosporus Consumption

The second most abundant mineral in your body is phosphorus. Most phosphorus in your body is bound with calcium, and it also helps in protecting your teeth. Additionally, phosphorus can act as a natural shield for your teeth and aid in tooth enamel rehabilitation. You can find phosphorus in beef, pork, poultry, fish, and eggs.

Vitamin A Consumption

Vitamin A is like a catalyst, and it helps your body absorb calcium. It can also keep your mucous membrane healthy and your teeth safe from decay. Finally, Vitamin A is great in healing your mouth and removing harmful bacteria.

Going to the dentist twice a month is equally important as making healthy choices. You can't expect your teeth to remain in perfect condition unless you frequently get them checked. Moreover, your doctor can tell when there is a problem and inform you before it manifests into a complicated treatment. For a thorough check-up, you can visit Dr. Brandon Cooley. Scheduling an appointment is as easy as calling (425) 216-3367, and the staff will be happy to assist you.

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