Tea is Good for Your Oral Health

Published: Monday 16 October, 2017

Tea become a part of our daily life as we realize the benefits of tea. Green tea is full of antioxidants, which is the key point to reducing the risk of certain types of cancer, improve brain function and effect on neurons. But, Do you know the delicious beverage can also benefits your oral health?

 

Halitosis, is a highly unpleasant problem that plagues an estimated 25% of people globally. May be we will choose to neglect this problem and cause serious consequences. The main culprits behind halitosis are volatile sulfur compounds produced by bacteria in the mouth. According to a research study, green tea is very efficient in reducing unpleasant odor by eliminating bacteria that produce VSCs.

 

Cavity protection

The recent study reported that people who rinse their mouths with green tea, less bacteria and gums are healthier. Green tea reduces saliva acidity and accumulation of plaque, causing cavities.

 

Healthy gums

The anti-inflammatory of green tea has great benefits for periodontal health. The Japanese researchers conducted a study to understand the effects on gums. The results show that people who drink at least one cup of green tea every day can achieve three indicators of periodontal disease, have better oral health on periodontal pocket depth, gingival tissue attachment loss and gingival tissue exploration bleeding.

 

Tooth loss prevention

It’s a no-brainer that something as healthy and beneficial for the health of gums and teeth can also prevent tooth loss. However, it’s important to emphasize that by green tea, we mean brewed unprocessed, unfermented green tea leaves. Bottled, sweetened beverages don’t contain some important components of green tea, while the sugar in them leads to enamel erosion and decay.

Dental hygiene is a must for healthy teeth, but green tea can additionally boost your efforts and prevent some common diseases.