Do you regularly chew gum after a meal? Many manufacturers suggest chewing gum to maintain good dental health. You all know the slogan "One meal, one coffee, one Freedent". Does this mean that chewing gum after a meal is like brushing your teeth?
For some people, it is an almost unavoidable habit to chew gum after a meal. In addition to giving you fresh breath, it can seem like a good way to keep a healthy mouth when you don't have a toothbrush handy. At least that's the idea that some commercials tell us.
Although it obviously does not replace a real toothbrush, chewing gum can have a positive effect on cavities. In addition, chewing gum stimulates saliva production, which plays an essential role in oral health. It has a "karcher effect" to remove food residues. If saliva production is not high enough, especially after meals, there is a risk of caries.
While chewing gums can be beneficial to the teeth, only SUGAR-FREE chewing gums (i.e. those in which the sugar has been completely replaced by sweeteners) can be used, and only IN ADDITION to good oral hygiene. Chewing gum can therefore be beneficial, but remember that it does not remove plaque, which can only be removed by brushing your teeth.
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