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How to strengthen tooth enamel

To strengthen tooth enamel, you can follow these practices:

1. Maintain Proper Oral Hygiene -Brush your teeth twice a day using fluoride toothpaste and a soft-bristle toothbrush. Floss daily to clean between teeth and remove plaque buildup. 2. Use Fluoride Products - Fluoride helps remineralize and strengthen enamel. Use fluoride toothpaste and consider using a fluoride mouthwash as well. 3. Balanced Diet - Consume a diet rich in calcium and phosphates, which are essential for strong teeth. Include dairy products, leafy greens, and nuts in your diet. 4. Limit Acidic Foods and Drinks - Acidic foods and beverages can weaken enamel. Reduce consumption of sugary and acidic foods and drinks like soda, citrus fruits, and fruit juices. 5. Drink Water -Water helps maintain oral health by promoting saliva production, which helps neutralize acids and remineralize enamel. 6.Chew Sugar-Free Gum - Chewing sugar-free gum after meals can stimulate saliva production and help protect enamel. 7. Avoid Overbrushing - Brushing too hard can wear down enamel. Use a gentle brushing technique and a soft-bristle toothbrush. 8. Regular Dental Check-ups -Visit our Dentaltown dentist regularly for professional cleanings and check-ups. Our Launceston Dentaltown dentist can detect enamel erosion early and provide guidance on maintaining oral health. Remember that enamel erosion is a gradual process, so practicing these habits consistently over time will contribute to stronger tooth enamel.

If you have any dental health concerns and you would like a consult with the Launceston Dentaltown dentist, please call our clinic on (03) 6326 4368.

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