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Dental, Cosmetic & Laser Treatments in Chertsey, Surrey
Telephone 01932 570 099 | Email reception@esteticaa.co.uk

Dental, Cosmetic & Laser Treatments in Chertsey, Surrey

Telephone 01932 570 099

Email reception@esteticaa.co.uk

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News & stories relating to our dental & cosmetic treatments.
If you’re looking for the best preventative dentistry Surrey has to offer, you may be worried about your mouth health - this really can be the best way to stop you requiring more expensive and dramatic procedures further down the line.

There are, of course, also other things you can do in your day to day lives to keep your mouth in good health and the Daily Mail spoke to Australian ‘holistic’ dentist Dr Lewis Ehrlich about the key foods he eats and his advice for keeping gums and teeth healthy.

His first ritual of the day is to drink a shot of apple cider vinegar, giving it a quick swill around his mouth first. Apple cider vinegar is a natural tooth whitener, tackling tough, stubborn stains, however, beware letting it sit on teeth too long as this may cause enamel to start to break down.

His next must-have is green tea, as it’s full of flavonoids such as catechins, which: “From an oral health standpoint, have been shown to inhibit the growth of bacteria that are involved in gum disease. Green tea polyphenols also have a deodorising effect in the mouth and reduce the amount of volatile sulphur compounds which contribute to bad breath,” he says.

While many drinks can contribute to tooth enamel decay, there are ways to still enjoy your favourite drinks while limiting the damage. Having a drink with lots of ice cubes will load the glass with water, diluting the pH of a drink. Drinking water straight after a acidic drink will stop it retaining on your teeth.

Foods that generate saliva will also help - healthy hard foods such as nuts, carrots and celery, as well as sugar-free gum.

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