Candies and Your Teeth

Posted on : 28-07-2012 | By : Haddon Suttner | In : Healthy Food

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Children love to eat candies and chocolate. Most of the candies are sugar-rich. It is advised to control the intake of such sugar rich candies. What about joys of childhood? One the joy is to eat these juicy, yummy candies. You may check and choose Good candies and deny Bad candies, bad for teeth.

Candies

Good Candies

  • Sugar free candies can be a good choice. They taste sweet but there is no sugar. These candies stimulate saliva and reduce the chances of plaque and cavities.
  • Sugar free gums have two benefits. They help in removing food particles from teeth and gums. They also stimulate saliva. Saliva neutralizes the acids of mouth and chances of tooth decay are reduced.
  • Dark chocolates can be consumed in less quantity. Despite having loads of sugar they have several benefits.

 

Bad Candies

  • Sugar rich snacks are dangerous for your teeth. Cakes, cookies, pastries and other bakery stuff contains high amount of sugar and may fasten the process of tooth decay.
  • Chewy candies are the source of tooth decay. If your teeth are dipped in sweet watery or fluid like candy then you should be alarmed. These candies may get stick in places where it is hard to remove by brush, floss or saliva.
  • Dark chocolates can be consumed in less quantity. Despite having loads of sugar they have several benefits.

Parties, festivals and other occasions are the time when such bad eating and drinking incidents may happen. Try to avoid such things. Better take advice from your dentist.

You may call Dr. Haddon Suttner for any type of dental problems on 02 9365 6197. For details about the services visit Dentist Bondi

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