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If You Want Healthier Teeth and Gums, Tea Can Help


Posted on 10/23/2017 by Anthony M. DiCesare
Tea Aspire - Implant Dentistry Center NJ 08755
If you're looking for new ways to enhance the health of your mouth without being too complicated or demanding, consider adding in green tea as one of your regular beverages.

Recent studies show that green tea can effectively improve the health of your mouth over time, and it's something that's readily available and easy to drink.

Healthy Mouth Benefits

Green tea has special compounds in it that can actually prevent bacterial growth and help improve breathe as well. The drink is easy to prepare and it will leave you with a mouth that's actually healthier, not just better smelling.

When you drink green tea regularly, you are taking action to improve your health in a positive way, and it's something that you can do very easily. Green tea can even help prevent cavities and oral cancer from occurring, two more very real reasons to give the grassy beverage another try.

Drink it Daily
To make the most out of the benefits green tea has to offer to your mouth, we recommend that patients start drinking it on a daily basis. The tea tastes good and offers numerous health benefits that make it a worthwhile beverage. Make green tea into part of your morning routine daily, or swap it in place of sugary drinks to improve your tooth health even more.

Just make sure that any green tea you drink is free from sweeteners. Consuming the tea with honey or sugar might taste good, but it does away with most of the oral benefits of green tea, because those compounds encourage the growth of cavities, plaque and bad breath.

Start drinking green tea more often and you'll improve your mouth over time. It's a simple step that you can take and one that will have a major impact. That's one of the reasons that so many people are going crazy for green tea and all that it has to offer.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call us at (732) 994-1061 today.

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