Dental Vitamins


What’s the first thing you notice about other people? Their smiles!

A beautiful, healthy smile makes you feel happier and more confident in social situations. It attracts people to you and makes you want to SMILE MORE.

If you've been neglecting your smile, it’s time to turn that frown upside down. There are lots of smile-friendly habits that go beyond the normal brushing, flossing and dental exams to give you strong, healthy teeth.

What’s the first thing you notice about other people? Their smiles!

A beautiful, healthy smile makes you feel happier and more confident in social situations. It attracts people to you and makes you want to SMILE MORE.

The benefits of smiling aren’t just superficial. Science shows that smiling is actually good for our health.

Smiling reduces our stress levels and our brains respond by physically making us feel more joyful. 

If you’ve been neglecting your smile, it’s time to turn that frown upside down.There are lots of smile-friendly habits that go beyond the normal brushing, flossing and dental exams to give you strong, healthy teeth.

8 Habits for Healthy Teeth

1. Stop Grinding & Clenching

Do you often wake up with jaw pain, headaches, or a painful feeling in your teeth? Then it’s time to pay a visit to the dentist. You could have bruxism (BRUK-siz-um), a condition where you excessively grind, gnash or clench your teeth.

This leads to tooth fractures, which leads to crowns, which leads to expensive dental bills! Teeth clenching and grinding can also split open your existing fillings.

Your dentist may want to fit you with a custom mouth guard at night. Because bruxism is most often caused from stress, you’ll help your teeth by exploring ways to reduce and manage your stress.

2. Eat Your Leafy Greens

Mom was right when she told you to eat your veggies! Not only are veggies great for your body in general – they’re also important for the teeth. Veggies are loaded with fiber, which means they require some major chewing action to break them down. All that chewing produces more saliva in your mouth. Saliva is your body’s natural defense against harmful bacteria that can lead to periodontal (gum) disease. 

3. Sip Through a Straw

Don’t want to ditch your soda or fruit juice habit? We’re not here to judge. But we do recommend you use a straw to sip those sugary drinks. This will help the sugar (and ensuing acid as the sugar breaks down) bypass your teeth.

4. Control Your Snack Attacks

A lot of people are avid snackers. Are you one of them? If you’re constantly grazing on food in between meals, your teeth get caught in a constant state of acid production. If you have to have a snack, choose healthy foods low in sugar and swish your mouth with water afterward.

5. Go Easy on Your Brushing

Brushing the teeth with Herculean strength. May people unwittingly think that stronger tooth brushing is better to get their teeth clean. In actuality, this damages the enamel of the teeth and doesn’t get them any cleaner! Also, be sure to use a soft-bristled toothbrush to avoid eroding your enamel and damaging your dental work.

6. Got Milk?

Let’s be clear right off the bat. A small amount of milk in a bowl of sugary cereal doesn’t count. A glass of the good stuff is best. Or, if you’re not a fan, nibble on a piece of cheese instead. Milk and cheese contain bone-fortifying calcium and can neutralize acids produced by bacteria. Acid is the enemy of teeth, as it breaks down enamel.

7. Eat Ginger Root

Head to Pinterest and start looking for recipes with ginger root. This healing herb contains anti-inflammatory properties to promote healthy tissue for your smile.

8. Take a Vitamin for Your Teeth

Why are teeth vitamins so important? Because your mouth can influence your overall health. Unhealthy gums can act as a toxic waste dump, delivering harmful bacteria through the bloodstream to the rest of the body, affecting your vital organs, and in particular, your heart.

Best Vitamin for the Teeth (Mother Nature Approved!)

CoQ10 Complex from Oxyfresh is a yummy citrus-flavored daily chewable that's packed with nature's most powerful antioxidants to restrict plaque and tartar buildup and give you better gum, heart and overall health.

Dentist-recommended, this formula contains CoQ10, Vitamin C, Bioflavonoids, Folate and Grape Seed Extract, which is 20 times more potent as an antioxidant than vitamin C.

This supplement for healthy teeth and gums is safe for diabetics too, as CoQ10 Complex is sweetened with stevia and xylitol, a natural ingredient found in fruits and veggies that fights plaque.

For a happier smile and better overall health (less dental bills too!), add CoQ10 Complex, a powerful “vitamin for your teeth” to your daily diet. 

It’s a simple and easy way to fight gum disease each day and get your smile in better shape. More information...

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