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Are There Vitamins For Your Teeth and Gums You Need To Look For in a Multivitamin?


Posted on 4/1/2024 by Weo Admin
Woman smiling taking vitamins after making appointment at Dental Haven in Appleton, WIWe understand that you want to care for your teeth and gums as thoroughly as possible. You brush your teeth and floss them like a champ, and you watch your nutrition carefully. Another layer of care you can give your teeth and gums is to make sure you are getting all the vitamins you need for them. Here are some essential vitamins and minerals that you need to make sure are in the multivitamin you take every day.

Calcium and Vitamin D


There is some argument about which vitamins are most important for your body, but there is no question about which vitamins are the most important for your teeth. Calcium and vitamin D are critical to keep your teeth strong and your jawbone sturdy. These vitamins encourage bone growth and bone strength.

Potassium and Phosphorous


Like calcium and vitamin D, potassium and phosphorous strengthen teeth. Potassium improves the density of bone in teeth and jaws and prevents calcium from leaching out of teeth. Phosphorous and calcium combined create a compound that gives teeth and bones in your mouth additional strength.

Vitamin K


Vitamin K has a couple of important properties. First, vitamin K helps calcium bind to bones to make them stronger, which means your teeth will be stronger. Second, vitamin K helps control bleeding and promotes healing. If you have had a dental procedure, vitamin K helps to speed your healing time.

Vitamin A and Vitamin C


Vitamin C is as essential to your gums as calcium and vitamin D are to your teeth. First, vitamin C improves the blood flow between your gums and jawbone, keeping your teeth grounded firmly into your jawbone. Second, vitamin C reduces inflammation and speeds healing, which can fight infection and gum disease. Vitamin A also promotes healing and reduces dry mouth, helping keep the bacteria levels in your mouth low.

If you need additional advice on how to ensure you are getting enough nutrition to keep your teeth and gums healthy, give us a call today. We can schedule an appointment for you.

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