Regular brushing is the first and key step in maintaining dental health. But did you know that diet affects the health of our teeth?

 Our teeth, day in and day out, do the hardest work. They break down the food we consume and prepare it for further digestion in the stomach and intestines. In this process, tooth enamel protects teeth from damage and abrasion. Tooth enamel is the hardest and most resistant tissue in the entire body. However, unlike other tissues in our body, it does not have the power of natural regeneration. That is why it is very important to stay healthy. Oral hygiene, professional and regular cleaning of teeth and gums and regular check-ups at the dentist prevent the development of dental care and other diseases of the oral cavity. Also, a varied diet rich in nutrients promotes dental and gum health.

It is also important for the food consumer that these products have been scientifically tested and confirmed as safe for enamel tissue.


WATER for rinsing and neutralizing acids that we take in with food also helps the excretion of saliva, which has the task of neutralizing acids and covering teeth.

GREEN AND BLACK TEA are true friends of teeth. The catechins contained in tea stop the formation of plaque (deposits), and thus the formation of caries. The tea has antibacterial properties and protects the gums from inflammation, and at the same time, it is effective against bad breath. This tea also contains fluorides that have a protective effect on the health of tooth enamel, and are the main ingredient in toothpaste.

FISH is an excellent natural source of florid, phosphorus, and omega 3 fatty acids, for strong and healthy teeth.

CHEESE  contains acids that support the enamel remineralization process. Cheese is the optimal source of minerals for demineralized enamel, ie enamel that has lost its building minerals. Cheese contains calcium, which is a building mineral of bones and teeth and thus strengthens our jaws and teeth.

DARK GREEN VEGETABLES AND NUTS; such as broccoli, green cabbage, cumin, leek, and nuts such as peanuts, almonds, cashews, and walnuts; they strengthen the jaws and provide the necessary minerals to the teeth, while also supporting the mechanical cleaning of the teeth.

FULL GRAIN VEGETABLES AND BREAD - Carrots and raw vegetables as well as whole-grain bread help to preserve the health of our teeth as well as the whole organism. These products do not contain simple sugars that are harmful to our bodies.

A varied diet, which includes lots of fruits and vegetables, helps us maintain health and maintain optimal energy levels throughout the day, but this in no way precludes the practice of good oral hygiene.


Thorough maintenance of dental hygiene with toothpaste enriched with flora, as well as regular visits to the dentist will help keep your smile always beautiful and radiant.