How Do I enjoy Eating Sweets Without Getting Tooth Decay
Rinsing your mouth whenever you have a chance, especially after eating sweet, is a very good way of avoiding decay. We all live our life to enjoy life, okay? I like sweets too, and I always tell my patients I go to the gym so I can eat what I like. So I brush my teeth so I can eat what I like, which is sugar or sweet. As long as it’s balanced.
Life is all about balance. So I’d never tell my patients don’t touch sweets. I tell them you can as long as you include it a part of a meal, so that after a meal you like eating a chocolate, feel free to eat. And then make sure you exercise, brush your teeth, and drink some water. See, we have some cultures, including Indian culture, where I’ve seen my grandma doing rinsing her mouth with water after eating food. That’s the part of the ritual my parents, and they taught me to do as well, which we don’t follow.
We just eat food and then drink some water, and that’s about it. Rinsing your mouth whenever you have a chance, especially after eating sweet is a very good way of avoiding decay if you’re a sweet tooth. There you go.