APEX SMILES UPDATE
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When it comes to the health of your teeth, it matters with what you eat. A proper nutrition diet means eating a well-balanced diet that can give your body the nutrition needed for good health and wellness. A diet with low nutrients tends to give your mouth a difficult time in resisting infection.
Sugary foods such as candy, chocolate, and soda can contribute to tooth decay. According to the American Dental Association (ADA), oral health is the first area to decline when your diet is less in nutrition. There are a lot of things that can harm your oral health and can cause tooth damage. You might have seen cracked teeth from sports injuries, clenching, and grinding. But, at our Apex Smiles Dental Office, it's always common to have patients with tooth damaged by eating. Here are some tips for smile friendly foods that improve the oral health of your mouth and tips on foods that are responsible for tooth damage and busting.
Here are some smile friendly foods to consider in this holiday season:
Here are some of the top teeth busting treats to avoid:
Looking for more smile friendly foods and fewer teeth busting treats to make the most out of your holiday meals? Then, schedule an appointment with our Cosmetic Dentist in Apex, NC by calling us at (919) 380-8888 or Visit our Dental Office in Apex, NC.
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