Water: What Your Teeth Need

Home / News / Water: What Your Teeth Need

We’ve all been told by our dentist that the best way to keep our teeth healthy is to brush twice a day, floss, use mouthwash, and to avoid sugary foods and drinks.  But has your dentist ever told you that drinking water is one of the best things you can do for your shiny pearls?  Keep reading to find out more!

Brushing is great for your teeth, no question, but what makes it great?  Well, you are brushing off all of the plaque and bacteria off of your teeth, and replacing it with a protective coating that is the toothpaste (more or less).  Likewise, your mouthwash does the same but hits the more hard-to-reach spots, but has the added bonus of being an antiseptic.  Water, as simple as it may be, can have the ability to do all of this.

Crisp, clean, and refreshing, replacing one water with a usual soda will do wonders for your teeth in the long run, no questions about it.  Even after you have had a soda, drinking water will help to rinse out your mouth, and therefore reduce the amount of sticky sugar on your teeth, leading to less bacteria buildup before you brush your teeth at the end of the day.

Sometimes, it’s the simplest things in life which has the biggest impact upon us, and water is definitely one of those.  To experience the difference great water can do for you, give us a call today!

Related Posts

Leave a Comment