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Tap Water Can Help Improve Your Oral Health
Posted on 6/8/2020 by Dr. Dennison
Tap Water Can Help Improve Your Oral HealthOften in dental care, the simplest habits can go a long way in having a profound impact on the health of your teeth and gum. Although most people believe that any water substitute, like cold drinks or juices, are good enough, the truth is that nothing can replace the goodness of a simple glass of tap water. Often overlooked, regular consumption of tap water, more so if it contains fluoride, is one such activity that will pay rich dividends both in the present and the future.

Benefits of Tap Water


Regularly drinking tap water offers several benefits to your whole body. It's an excellent way to get rid of unwanted toxins from your system. Water also has demonstrable effects on the health of your skin and is also known to prevent serious health problems, including, some types of cancer. Tap water also has specific benefits for your teeth. It's one of the easiest ways to clean your mouth regularly, as it gets rid of food debris, sugar, acid and other residues. Every time you take a sip, you are helping your mouth stay clean.

Water with fluoride also strengthens your teeth and plays its part in preventing cavities. It nourishes your teeth with calcium and enamel with phosphorous infusions. This is crucial for stronger bones and healthier teeth. Water also keeps your mouth hydrated and moist, thus preventing dry mouth. As it cleans and nourishes your teeth, regular production of saliva is important for your oral health. By cleaning leftover food particles, drinking water every meal ensures that your breath will stay fresh.

How Much Water Should I Drink?


It's estimated that an adult needs to drink around 2 liters of water every day. You could start by measuring how much you drink and then optimize. For any further clarification, you could always visit one of our specialists.