So many people resolve to start taking better care of their health at the beginning of a new year that January 1-7 is officially known as National Diet Resolution Week. Choosing to start a healthier diet is a great goal that can have wonderful results for your health – including your teeth! While you are out exercising and choosing foods to help you shed the pounds, a little family dentistry
may also be beneficial for learning what foods can better improve your oral health
A Good Diet Can Also Be Good for Your Teeth
Many foods that are great for your bodily health are also good for your teeth. For example, dairy-rich foods such as milk, cheese, and plain yogurt tend to have a lot of calcium that is great for building stronger teeth. Apples act as a natural and gentle abrasive that can help keep your teeth cleaner. Fruits and vegetables can also be packed with vitamins and antioxidants to help fight bad bacteria in the mouth. Just be sure to avoid consuming too many extra-hard, citrus, or acidic foods which can actually damage or weaken your teeth.
It Is Also a Great Time To See Your Dentist
National Diet Resolution Week is a time when many people decide to take better care of themselves, so why not add a semi-annual dental checkup to the list too? At Dentistry of Fishers, Dr. Jeremy Jones offers regular checkups for everyone in the family. This is a great time to have your teeth examined after indulging all of the delicious goodness over the holidays.
Schedule Your Check-Up Today
The first week of January may be an ideal time to schedule checkups for kids before they go back to school. Then, the next semi-annual checkup would be in the summer, when school is out again. If you plan on taking better care of your health anyway, contact our office right away to schedule
your dental visit with Dr. Jeremy Jones.