The first step to healthier teeth is eating right—and that includes many of the foods you already know are good for you.
By Alison Ashton
When it comes to oral health care, the basics still apply: brush twice daily, floss daily, and see your dentist twice a year. On top of that, there are certain foods that can help promote healthier teeth and gums. Here are 8 foods for healthier teeth.
First up: Salmon is rich in docosahexaenoic acid, a type of omega-3 fat that may help prevent periodontal disease. Fish is also a good source of phosphorous, a mineral that helps rebuild tooth enamel.