9 Important Things Your Dentist Wants You to Know

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Chewing gum should be part of your routine

If you want to reduce the bad bacteria in your mouth, you should be all over xylitol (a sugar substitute found in chewing gum). It changes the chemistry of your mouth. Six or seven pieces of xylitol gum every day will help keep cavities away. –Chris Kammer, DDS

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