Is Chewing Gum Bad for My Teeth?

No. Chewing sugarless gum has been shown to increase the flow of saliva, thereby reducing plaque acid, strengthening the teeth and reducing tooth decay.

The only gum approved by the American Dental Association #ADA is #sugarlessgum, because it doesn't contain any cavity causing sweeteners.

Make sure to look for the ADA seal of approval on the wrapper.

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