Serve your child tooth-friendly snacks

Healthy diet for kids

Things may look different due to the COVID-19 protocols, but what hasn’t changed is the need to provide tooth-friendly snacks to the children in order to promote optimum oral health.

At any given time, an estimated 20 percent of children, aged five to eleven, suffer from one or more untreated cavities. Kids love to snack! Their vibrant lifestyle and small stomachs often take them to rummage through the refrigerator or the kitchen cabinets for a treat.

We know about which snacks to trash but what about the snacks to stock? Let’s look around the tooth-friendly snacks – 

1. Cheese and Other Dairy Goodies: Cheese, yoghurt, milk, and other dairy products play an important role when it comes to aiding your child’s dental health. Dairy products contain generous amounts of calcium, minerals and protein.

2. Crunchy Fruits and Vegetables: Not just health benefits, but fruits and vegetables provide a variety of dental benefits too. Chewing on crunchy fruits and vegetables can remove plaque from teeth and encourage the production of mouth-cleansing saliva.

3. Nuts: Nuts have long served as a convenient and reliable filling, as a between-meal snack. However, beyond their obvious appeal to the taste buds, nuts offer an astounding range of tooth-healthy nutrients.

Even when you feed your child tooth-friendly food, they still need to follow a proper diet, brushing, flossing and rinsing routine to give their teeth their best chance of remaining healthy, clean and sparkling. 

Start them on a lifetime of beautiful smiles by ensuring they regularly see a dentist. Professional cleanings, treatment of dental disorders, and ongoing wellness advice for your children’s dental health is a must.

With MyDentalPlan’s online video consultation feature, getting your child examined by India’s best dentists is not that far-fetched. Not only this, but they also offer plans and packages especially for children to ensure their oral health stays in good shape.

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