Your gums perform the function of supporting the teeth, laying a solid foundation for them, so maintaining their health is an important part of oral hygiene.
Any problems with the gums can seriously affect the condition and health of the teeth. Healthy gums are characterized by a light shade, they are smooth to the touch, are not sensitive to food and do not bleed when brushing your teeth with a toothbrush, thread or eating food.
Dentists recommend using vitamins for healthy gums. Their antioxidant properties restore gum tissue and thus prevent bleeding.
Our body needs vitamin C to strengthen the immune system. This vitamin also protects the gums from bleeding, while preventing their diseases - periodontitis, gingivitis. Vitamin C is an antioxidant by nature, it retains connective tissue, thereby promoting bone regeneration. Therefore, you should try to include in your diet foods rich in this vitamin. Excellent sources of vitamin C are: berries, citrus fruits, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, mango, grapes, etc.
The main source of vitamin D is considered to be early morning sunlight. Our body synthesizes this vitamin, when the skin comes in contact with the sun's rays. One of the most important functions of vitamin D is the proper use of calcium in the body. Calcium, as is known, contains our teeth and bones in a healthy state. Thus, its deficiency can lead to problems with the gums, which can lead to a loss of teeth in the future. Therefore, it is necessary to maintain an appropriate level of vitamin D and calcium in the body. In addition to sunlight, it is recommended to take food such as yoghurts, milk, cottage cheese, as well as eggs and fish.
Vitamin E is widely used by dentists to treat various problems. It, as a rule, has a local application.
Along with the listed vitamins, vitamin K, coenzyme 10, folic acid and minerals are important for gum health. All of them prevent gum disease and promote their healing.
- Products rich in calcium