A simple at home do it yourself exam to test the health of your gums and track your progress.
Topic: Oral Health
Soy milk, almond milk, rice milk and other non-animal milks are all delicious additions to your coffee, but do nothing to stop staining teeth.
Before coffee beans are ever packaged, the beans need to be extracted from the fruit. Different processing methods increase the concentration of staining compounds in the beans, know their effects to be a smarter coffee connoisseur.
Understanding how milk reduces the coffee’s staining capacity will let you choose a creamer and a latte that is both delicious and helps keep your teeth whiter.
Coffee beans have two varieties Robusta and Arabica. Choose the right bean and the right blend for less tooth staining.
Different coffee brewing methods have different concentrations of tooth staining compounds. Try cold brewing or change the ratio of coffee to water and size of your grind to reduce stains.
The amount of staining caused by coffee depends on a lot of factors on the way to your mug. Choose a dark roast for less dental stains.
Daily use of a mouthrinse is going to help clean all the areas of your mouth that you probably don’t normally focus on.
Sometimes jaw problems can get in the way of being able to chew xylitol gum. Fortunately, xylitol mints are a great alternative when you have TMJ problems.
Xylitol gum is great for fighting cavity causing bacteria. It’s also great for new Moms to chew to help keep their childrens’ teeth healthy.