7 Best Veggies for the Health of Your Teeth

7 Best Veggies for the Health of Your Teeth

Posted by Kevin Fong DDS on Mar 11 2021, 07:35 AM

Eat your veggies for your overall health as well as your dental health. Including more green in your diet keeps your body healthy. Here we have seven veggies listed down that are good for your body and your teeth. 

Vegetables like cabbage, chard, and collard greens are loaded with vitamins and minerals and are good for your dental health. Juicy and leafy vegetables are the best diet for healthy teeth and gums. 

Here are some of the best veggies for your oral health:


Munching on carrots stimulates the gums as they are crunchy and high in fiber. This makes your teeth healthy as healthy gums are an integral part of your dental health. Carrots have beta-carotene that helps your body to produce vitamin A.


Celery, just like carrots, helps in the stimulation of gums. It gives your teeth a great workout. Chewing celery cleans your teeth and massages your gums and neutralizes the bacteria by producing enough saliva. 


Spinach is loaded with nutrients that are good for your overall health. Even though people feel a sticky film on their teeth after eating spinach, it is nothing to worry about. It does not damage your enamel but does the opposite by repairing it. Spinach contains calcium which helps to strengthen your teeth and gums. 


Lettuce, just like spinach and celery, is full of nutrients and is low-calorie too. It is a green leafy vegetable that can help you strengthen your teeth by fortifying your tooth enamel. 


Leafy greens such as kale are high in calcium. Calcium is the most abundant mineral in your body and it is calcium that helps support and strengthen your bones and teeth. 

Collard Greens 

Collard greens are just like other leafy vegetables when it comes to the health of your teeth. These low-calorie vegetables are loaded with nutrients and minerals. 

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are packed with a healthy dose of vitamin A. This vitamin A is needed for the maintenance of the mucous membranes and the soft tissue of your gums. It is also crucial in maintaining keratin, which promotes the formation of tooth enamel. 

These are some of the veggies that can help you keep your teeth and gums healthy. Include these in your diet and be amazed at the results. 

For more information on the best food for your dental health, call Kevin D Fong DDS at (510) 783-1572 or visit our dental clinic at 944 W Winton Ave, Hayward, CA 94545.

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