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Five Yummy and Healthy Snacks for Healthy Teeth in Children

Posted on 7/4/2022 by Tiny Teeth Pediatric Dentistry
Five Yummy and Healthy Snacks for Healthy Teeth in ChildrenA notable percentage of young kids suffer from one or more cases of untreated cavities due to the access kids have to unhealthy sugary foods and beverages. These sugary drinks and foods are harmful to the oral make-up of your child. Instead, you should give your kids these five yummy and healthy snacks to share with your kids.

Cheese And Other Dairy Foods

Cheese, milk, and yogurt are some great snacks that improve the dental health of your child. These foods are rich in calcium which fosters effective development of your child's jawbone. Besides, dairy products offer Vitamin D. A mineral very critical to the development of your child's bones and teeth.

Crunchy Fruits And Vegetables

Vegetables and fruits offer an array of dental benefits such as natural sugars and water that dissolve sugars present in your child's mouth. Also, chewing crunchy fruits such as carrots and apples helps your child remove plaque formed in their teeth. Crunchy fruits also allow the formation and production of mouth-cleansing saliva in your kid's mouth.


Nuts of all kids are convenient and reliable between meals for your kids. They offer an array of nutrients that supports your kid's dental health. Almonds offer lots of calcium and vitamin D to your kids.

Fluoridated Tea And Water

Water allows your child to dissolve solid materials. Also, it assists your child to rinse away food particles that will most likely turn into bacteria that attract the formation of plaque. Drinking fluoridated water minimizes the chances of tooth decay because it dilutes the harmful acids in your mouth. Fluoride present in water helps your child's teeth to remain strong and cavity-resistant.

Xylitol Sweetened Treats

Treats sweetened with xylitol do not cause damage to your child's teeth. You should buy candy or chewing gum for your kids that have xylitol as the sweetener because it reduces the levels of destructive bacteria in your child's mouth. Contact our offices today to learn more about yummy and healthy snacks your kids can enjoy and still have healthy teeth!

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At Tiny Teeth Pediatric Dentistry, Dr. Healy created this informative blog to assist with educating the community about various topics of pediatric dentistry.
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