ProductsIn 2010 researchers from Stomatologic school of University Bristol have tried to define, what products are the most harmful to teeth. It has appeared that, for example, lemons habitual to us and fruit teas harmful influence a condition of enamel and destroy it because of presence at their structure of a large amount of acids. The same harm oral cavities put white wine and power drinks. Energizers and some anaesthetising preparations on the basis of an ibuprofen do a saliva viscous and dry mucous a mouth therefore teeth becomes unduly subject to destructive influence of hostile environment.
Citrus (lemons, grapefruits, oranges and juice from them). As a part of such fruit there are acids (as, by the way, and in the aerated drinks) which in high concentration destroy enamel. After the use of a citrus experts recommend to rinse a mouth with water or to clean teeth, and juice from them is best of all for drinking through a tubule to reduce contact of liquid to enamel. It is necessary to give preference to freshly squeezed juice without sugar.
Wine and beer. Acidity of these drinks is also capable to have negative impact on tooth structure. Besides, wine paints enamel. It is better for reserving for a holiday, and to "forget" about existence of beer it is useful not only for an oral cavity, but also for health of all organism as a whole. Physicians advise to prefer white wines and to drink them small drinks.
Tea and coffee. One more «a sweet couple», containing in the structure the painting tannins getting into tooth enamel and giving to it an unattractive dim shade. And trouble not only in colour, after all tannins at the expense of the sticky structure literally draw bacteria. A few soften a situation addition in coffee and milk tea can. If you not the fan of similar experiments, it is necessary to reflect on reduction of quantity of dangerous drinks in the diet.
Bars of muesli. On the one hand, this delicacy even is useful, and with another - obviously contains too much sugar. More often such sweets are used in quality перекуса, therefore stomatologists recommend to eat not less than 5 times a day (including the second breakfast and a mid-morning snack) to avoid unforeseen emergence of feeling of hunger. Muesli contain a significant amount of the fats promoting in chocolate, yoghurt, honey, besides, to a set of excess weight. In other versions of a product the raised content of salt which detains in an organism water is sometimes observed and breaks water-salt balance.
Apples. As a result of inspection more than 1 000 people at the age of 18-30 years about communication identification between a diet and wear of enamel and a dentine, scientists have come to a conclusion that the people loving apples, in 3,7 times risk more to earn problems with teeth. In fruits of some grades of apples contain the whole 4 teaspoons of sugar which cause substantial increase of acidity of a mouth. If the person eats fruit slowly, high level of acid manages to do much harm its enamels. To avoid troubles, physicians suggest to jam apple a cheese slice as calcium containing in it will neutralise destructive effect of acids.
So, we see, what even such habitual and, apparently, useful products as apples, oranges or muesli are capable to do much harm to teeth. Possibly, it is good occasion to listen to a professional advice concerning prevention of unpleasant consequences of their use. However it is worth to remember that enemies of enamel are also less useful delicacies: the aerated drinks, chewing candies, chips, French fries. Bread, macaroni, a potato in itself are not sweet, but contain starch which in a mouth under the influence of a saliva breaks up on simple the sugar, so necessary for kariyesogenny microflora. Unfortunately, even dried fruits (the raisin, dried apricots, prunes) for teeth represent only full analogue of sticky chewing candies. For this reason for preservation of health of an oral cavity it is necessary to look after teeth carefully.
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