Six foods to improve your dental health (2/7)

It's possible to eat your way to a cleaner mouth. When you don't have a toothbrush handy, try these everyday foods to maintain your oral hygiene.

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1. Apples, carrots and celery

These snacks aren’t known as dental detergents for nothing. Crunchy fruits and vegetables increase the flow of cleansing saliva, giving your mouth a fresh feeling.  Just be sure the fruits you choose between meals aren’t high in acid; they can be hard on your tooth enamel.

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