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How Eating the Right Foods Can Prevent Periodontal Disease


Posted on 4/12/2021 by Cassity & Legacy Implants and Periodontics
How Eating the Right Foods Can Prevent Periodontal DiseasePeriodontal disease is an infection of the gums, alveolar bone, and periodontal ligament. In other words, it is a disease that affects the surrounding structures of the teeth. Gingivitis is the earliest stage of the disease that affects the gums, but in more severe cases, periodontal disease could result in bone and tooth loss. The good news is, there are lifestyle changes that can help prevent periodontal disease. Even something as simple as brushing and flossing at least twice daily can also keep periodontal diseases at bay. A healthy diet is another way to prevent periodontal disease and can also help reverse its negative impact on oral health.

Eating Right


People are more apt to losing their teeth due to periodontal or gum disease than any other reason. But it doesn't have to happen if you follow a healthy diet plan and make some positive changes to your daily routine. Eating the right foods is one of the best ways to prevent periodontal disease from occurring or further escalating. On the other hand, having a poor diet could fasten the negative effects of periodontal disease, resulting in tooth decay and other oral conditions.

By eliminating refined sugar from one's diet can have a positive impact on one's oral health. It is also recommended to avoid processed foods, fast foods, snacks, and fizzy drinks. This is mainly because processed foods and beverages contain sucrose, which is one of the top food sources for oral bacteria, which increases the risk of periodontal disease.

Foods You Should Eat


There's a good reason why dentists recommend the use of certain foods such as fresh vegetables and fruits that are filled with minerals and many other nutrients. Healthy foods such as fish, fresh vegetables, and fruits are a rich source of calcium and vitamin D to help strengthen teeth and ward off harmful bacteria, which leads to gum disease and tooth decay.

To find out more on how you can prevent periodontal disease and improve your oral health contact Dr. Cassity and Dr. Badger at Cassity & Legacy Implants and Periodontics, who are always ready to answer your questions. So, call now at South Ogden: (385) 626-0977    Kaysville: (385) 439-0101 to schedule your appointment.
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