What you eat matters for your health, especially for your teeth and gums. Foods and beverages can lead to plaque, which can cause tooth decay and gum disease. Plaque is a thin, invisible, sticky film that is filled with bacteria and can do serious damage to your teeth. When you eat a sugary snack, the sugars come in contact with plaque and form acids. These acids can attack and break down your teeth’s enamel, which can result in the development of cavities. The condition will get even worse if you don’t floss or brush your teeth regularly because your plaque can harden and turn into tartar and this leads to the earliest form of gum disease, gingivitis.
Sure, professional whitening, fillings, and crowns can make your teeth stronger, but it is always better to avoid cavities in the first place! Aside from brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing,