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The Australian Dental Association (ADA) has teamed up with Dairy Australia to help promote other dairy food options and stop the tide of sugary drink consumption.You may have seen our facebook or linkedin post earlier this month outlining the latest Australian Dental Associations education campaign.
You will be most pleased to hear that studies show, eating hard cheese may protect against tooth decay. Plain milk and sugar-free yogurt have also been shown to have either a neutral or a beneficial effect on teeth. Dairy’s beneficial impact on dental health is likely to be due to the fact that milk, cheese and yogurt contain calcium, phosphorus and the protein casein. These are nutrients which have been shown to protect tooth enamel.
So eat a small amount of hard cheese after meals to help protect teeth from dental decay. Maybe there has always been a good reason why the Europeans finish their meals with a cheese platter!
A healthy balanced diet combined with good oral hygiene and regular preventive dental care can help keep teeth healthy. Tooth decay is the most common health problem in Australia, but it is largely preventable! Preventive dentistry is the cornerstone of exceptional dental care, this is yet another way you can protect your teeth for a lifetime.