Cheesy! This dairy product's high calcium and whey protein levels enhance tooth health and rebuild enamel.
Milk also ranks high. Milk builds healthy bones and protects tooth enamel by delivering calcium and phosphorus.
Carrots and celery also contain beta carotene, a vitamin A precursor. Vitamin A strengthens teeth.
Chewing an apple boosts saliva flow, which can reduce mouth acidity and wash away food.
Health benefits of spinach and kale are emphasised. It turns out they can boost oral health.
Cold water fish like tuna, trout, and wild salmon are good providers of vitamin D and healthful fats.
Almonds are rich in calcium, while walnuts provide tooth-healthy vitamin E, potassium, and zinc.
Stick with fresh cranberries, as cranberry drinks and other products can be heavy in sugar.
Black and green teas are rich in polyphenols, which can delay cavity and gum disease bacteria growth.
Despite their sticky appearance and sweet taste, raisins may benefit oral health.