Having strong teeth and healthy oral and Dental Hygiene is important. While brushing and flossing is extremely essential, your diet and the foods you eat can also play an important role.

So, our Reveal Dental team has listed seven important Teeth Strengthening Minerals and Vitamins you need to take to have a healthy smile (and body).

Teeth Strengthening Vitamins and Minerals

Teeth Strengthening Vitamins and Minerals

Teeth Strengthening with These Minerals & Vitamins

  • Calcium

This one is known to help promote healthy teeth and a healthy body; we all grew up with those popular milk promos. Calcium helps strengthen teeth and bones and also helps strengthen your enamel and jawbone.

You can find calcium in many foods like milk, salmon, yogurt, cheese, and more.

  • Vitamin A

Vitamin A is great for your teeth and oral hygiene as it encourages the production of saliva – this includes antimicrobic elements that help combat mouth disease and promote quicker oral healing.

Vitamin A can be found in egg yolks, fish, leafy greens (like spinach), pumpkin, carrots, apricots, and much more.

  • Vitamin D

Vitamin D is important as it aids in your body’s ability to take in calcium and is important for the density of your bones. While the sun provides our bodies with vitamin D, you can also get this vitamin in orange juice fish, portobello mushrooms, and milk.

  • Potassium

Vital for bone mineral density, potassium also helps keep blood from becoming overly acidic which can be detrimental to your teeth and oral health. If you’re looking for a tasty source of potassium, look no further than bananas. Avocados, tomatoes, and prunes are also great sources.

  • Magnesium

Magnesium helps promote calcium along with creating healthy and strong teeth (and bones). Magnesium-rich foods include whole grains, spinach, and nuts.

  • Phosphorus

Phosphorus helps calcium and your body develop strong teeth and bones. It can also help repair, grow, and maintain cells and tissue. You can load up on it with such seafood as shrimp, scallops, tuna, and other foods like soybeans, lentils, beef, pork, cheese, and more.

  • Vitamin C

This vitamin will help strengthen tissue and gums in your mouth and help safeguard you against such things as gingivitis. Vitamin C can also protect your teeth from becoming weak and loose. Fruits that are high in citrus are a great source of vitamin C, along with leafy greens, and potatoes.

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