A Million Dollar Smile
5 Tips for Healthy Teeth
Hi, my name is Thomas Spear, and I’ve been a long time researcher passionate to help people all over the world on how to live better and spread awareness on how anyone can help support their healthy teeth.
Achieving healthy teeth takes a lifetime of care. Even if you’ve been told that you have nice teeth, it’s crucial to take the right steps every day to take care of them and prevent problems. This involves getting the right oral care products, as well as being mindful of your daily habits.
Fortunately, there are a few simple ways to keep teeth strong and healthy from childhood to old age. Here’s how:
1. Avoid sugary foods
When bacteria in the mouth break down simple sugars, they produce acids that can erode tooth enamel, opening the door to decay.
Sugary drinks, including soft drinks and fruit drinks, pose a special threat because people tend to sip them, raising acid levels over a long period of time.
And carbonated drinks may make matters worse, since carbonation also increases acidity. Sticky candies are another culprit, because they linger on teeth surfaces.
2. Drink more water
Water continues to be the best beverage for your overall health — including oral health. Also, as a rule of thumb, many experts recommend drinking water after every meal.
This can help wash out some of the negative effects of sticky and acidic foods and beverages in between brushes.
3. Eat crunchy fruits and vegetables
Ready-to-eat foods are convenient, but perhaps not so much when it comes to your teeth.
Eating fresh, crunchy produce not only contains more healthy fiber, but it’s also the best choice for your teeth.
Try to avoid the overly mushy processed stuff, stop cutting things into tiny pieces, and get those jaws working!
4. Limit sugary and acidic foods
Ultimately, sugar converts into acid in the mouth, which can then erode the enamel of your teeth. These acids are what lead to cavities.
Acidic fruits, teas, and coffee can also wear down tooth enamel.
While you don’t necessarily have to avoid such foods altogether, it doesn’t hurt to be mindful.
5. Take the Right Vitamins
Vitamins are an overall important requirement for healthy teeth and gums. The vitamins help in repairing and building connectivity within the tissues.
QIt is important for the periodontal health of the gums and teeth.
Vitamins also can prevent canker sores from arising and causing pain in your teeth.
My life-time vision is that of a world where everybody can easily and affordably support the natural health of their teeth and gums.
That’s why I’ve spent most of my research activity trying and testing various ways that could really make a positive impact on people’s lives.
And after many trials, I’ve perfected a simple, yet powerful formula, consisting of Berberine, Milk Thistle, Artichoke, Chanca Piedra, Yarrow, Beetroot Dandelion, Alfalfa, Jujube seeds, Zinc and many other powerful natural ingredients, such as Chicory Root, Celery Seed, Burdock Root and Yellow Dock.
I couldn’t keep this all to myself…
So, together with the help of some friends who own a small supplement company, I’ve decided to produce it and make it available for everybody: