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Is Tea Good for Your Oral Health?


Posted on 11/8/2021 by Classic Smiles
Is Tea Good for Your Oral Health?Tea is a common drink among many. It is a tasty drink that is great for your taste buds. Apart from being a good drink, tea can also help improve your oral health. Green tea, for instance, contains essential compounds that help keep your teeth in good health. Here are some of the ways that green tea helps boost your oral health.

Cavity Prevention


Green tea is very useful in preventing cavities. This is because it lowers the acidity levels in saliva and controls bacteria. It also helps prevent dental plaque. A study done in Egypt showed that drinking green tea helps lower the risk of tooth cavities by about 19%. Those that drink green tea regularly are likely to have reduced gum bleeding and less oral infections. Drinking green tea has also been linked with preventing tooth decay.

Reduced Tooth Loss


Other than preventing oral conditions like cavities and tooth decay, green tea lowers the chances of tooth loss. According to research done in Japan in 2010, those who drink a few cups of green tea daily are less likely to experience tooth loss. This is because their oral health is improved, and they can easily fight off oral conditions like tooth decay.

Better Gum Health


Green tea contains anti-inflammatory features that help prevent gum disease. Those that drink green tea on a regular basis are likely to have healthier gums than those who don't. This is why you are encouraged to drink green tea on a regular basis. However, you are warned against using sugary tea. Too much sugar will lead to accumulation of bacteria and trigger oral infections. You could suffer from oral conditions like gum disease or tooth decay. Therefore, you should stick to green tea that's ideal for your oral health. Contact our office for more information on the importance of tea to your oral health.
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