Let's get nerdy about chewing gum 🍬 . So there’s definitely an argument to be made that chewing gum can get rid of plaque on your teeth 🦷 which is cool for dental hygiene. BUT: . SUGAR 🍭: Most chewing...
When you eat sugary foods, acids are released in your mouth that mix with saliva and bacteria to form plaque. Plaque then fights the enamel on your teeth and when hardened it turns to tartar.
Plaque and tartar are bad news for your teeth (and breath!) and can cause gum disease, tooth decay and cavities, ultimately throwing your oral microbiome into disarray. Not cool.
When you wake up in the morning, have you ever wondered what that white layer on your tongue is?
Stainless steel tongue cleaners are a good choice but are not antimicrobial like copper ones.
Copper tongue scrapers have been preferred throughout the centuries because copper is naturally antimicrobial - meaning bacteria and viruses are killed by the naturally occurring properties in copper.