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What Black Tea Provides Your Mouth When Consumed Daily


Posted on 12/30/2017 by Berwyn Office
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Drinking black tea on a daily basis is not only good for your overall health, but it is said to be good for your oral health too. It also tastes great, meaning, you can enjoy some black tea every day without having to force yourself to take it, like it is medicine.

However, it is a natural medicine for your body and mouth. Here is more information on how drinking black tea on a daily basis can provide your mouth.

Black Tea Fights Bacteria and Plaque

Black tea has properties included in it that help fight the bacteria in your mouth to prevent plaque from building up. You want to drink black tea for this reason. If you do not try this natural method of fighting the bacteria, your teeth could end up with a lot of plaque on them.

Plaque can form a bacterium that produces acid that feeds off the sugar in the food you eat. Once this happens, it could wear away the enamel and even the dentin that works to protect your teeth.

Once the enamel and dentin wear away, your teeth are exposed to sensitivity. Sensitivity can cause pain. However, drinking black tea can help fight this and keep it from happening to you.

Black Tea Fights Tooth Decay

Drinking black tea daily can also fight tooth decay. Once your teeth start to decay, you start to experience a lot of dental problems. Some of these problems include tooth pain, cavities, tooth sensitivity, and you will not be able to eat certain foods until you get something done about it. Drinking black tea can help prevent tooth decay.

Contact us and let us know what you need done to prevent these problems from happening to you. We are here to help you in any way we can. You must see a dentist right away if you start to experience problems with your teeth before severe damage happens to your teeth.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call us at 630-425-4488 today.


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