Your enamel is uniquely suited to safeguard your teeth. If you keep your tooth enamel healthy, you will avoid many dental ailments. You won’t get cavities. Your teeth will be less likely to chip or crack. You will avoid many causes of tooth stains.
It’s best to form enamel-healthy habits when you’re young.
Teach your youngster to protect their tooth enamel. There is a multitude of collateral health benefits as well.
For Healthy Tooth Enamel, Avoid The Following
Frequently Eating Sticky Food
Gummy candy, protein bars, and dried fruit can break teeth.
Chewing On Hard Foods
For example, Beef jerky and hard or stale bread.
If you grind your teeth, talk about it with your dentist. It can cause headaches, tooth damage, and gum recession. An appliance can protect your enamel.
Drinking Anything Besides Water Frequently
If your teeth are awash in carbonated beverages (sugared or diet), juice, coffee, or sports drinks habitually, your enamel will suffer from the acids and sugar.
Playing Sports Without a Mouthguard
Sports pose a major risk of tooth damage. Custom-fitted mouthguards from your dentist are more comfortable than the boil-and-bite type.