Regular tea Close. A recent British study found that drinking at least three cups of black tea a day can keep the mouth clean and reduce tooth decay (dental caries) danger.
Study found that green tea has a similar effect, and oral green tea also helps in preventing bad breath sulfides thus play the role. In addition, a number of studies drawn considerable evidence that drinking tea can prevent tooth loss risk.
Dr Ruxton analysis pointed out that the role of oral bacteria on carbohydrates, prone to damage the enamel of acidic substances, leading to tooth tissue damage, and even lead to the formation of dental caries tooth loss.Black tea and green tea can reduce inflammation of the mouth, to prevent bacterial adhesion to the teeth, inhibit the growth of oral bacteria. Tea contains flavonoids and other antioxidants and antibacterial substances catechol tannin class.