…………what foods will make ur teeth stronger and stop them from moving?
i dont want cocky comments either like have braces… cus iv already had them
Calcium and Vitamin C.
Calcium helps your teeth grow (including each other part of your body, calcium is very healthy)
Or you need Vitamin C because you’ve a gum problem because your gums can't hold your teeth, vitamin C helps your gums a lot!!
Sorry, but there really isn't any food you can eat to make your teeth not move. Teeth move constantly, but usually they don't move enough to be noticeable. Eating foods that are high in calcium will make them stronger. Some foods that are high in calcium are milk, cheese, yogurt, almonds, broccoli, cabbage, oranges. I hope that helps.
Well, first of all, you should not be worried that your grownup teeth are loose are wiggly. Your teeth have ligaments (I'm pretty sure that's how you spell it), and they grant your teeth to move around a bit in your gums.
I've had personal experience, I used to be really afraid that my grownup teeth would fall out because they were loose. I asked my dentist and he responded and stated what I just told you (I also did some research on the internet).
But if you want to make your teeth stronger, I would suggest drinking milk.
Food with calcium Milk is a prime source, But moving teeth isn’t usually a tooth problem, more a gum problem See your dentist or physician
you don't… your teeth will move where they want to, unless you where a retainer after braces. Usually though, your teeth won't go back to the way they used to be (if they were really crooked).
make sure when you purchase tooth paste then get teeth animal protection
They gave you a retainer for a reason.If that isn't cocky, but you're suppose to use it.For food I would state sugar free gun they fasten up or saliva cycle so there is more saliva to protect and strengthen your teeth.take Calcium pills, drink a lot of milk.and just eat the food groups
Bread, Grain, Cereal and Pasta Form the Base
At the base of the food pyramid, youâ€™ll see the group that contains breads, grains, cereals and pastas. These foods provide complex carbohydrates, which are an important source of energy, especially for a low-fat meal plan. You can make many low-fat choices from foods in this group. Youâ€™ll need 6 to 11 servings of these foods in a day. One serving of this group can be:
* 1 slice of bread
* 1/2 cup of rice, cooked cereal or pasta
* 1 cup of ready-to-eat cereal
* 1 flat tortilla
About 6 - 10 Servings Of Bread And Grains
Try to eat whole-grain breads, cereal and pasta for most of your servings from this group. Whole-grain foods (which are made with whole wheat flour) are less processed and retain more valuable vitamins, minerals and fiber than foods made with white flour. When you buy whole-grain foods, look for breads and pastas with “stoneground whole wheat flour” as the first ingredient, because some “wheat” breads might be white breads with only caramel coloring added.
Fruits and Vegetables
Fruits and vegetables are rich in nutrients. Many are excellent sources of vitamin A, vitamin C, folate or potassium. They’re low in fat and sodium and high in fiber. The Food Pyramid recommends 3 to 5 servings of vegetables each day. One serving of vegetables can be:
* 1 cup of raw leafy vegetables
* 1/2 cup of other vegetables, cooked or raw
* 3/4 cup of vegetable juice
The Food Pyramid advocates 2 to 4 servings of fruit each day. One serving of fruit can be:
* One medium apple, orange or banana
* 1/2 cup of chopped, cooked or canned fruit
* 3/4 cup of fruit juice
Count only 100% fruit juice as a fruit, and limit juice consumption. Many commercial bottled juices come in containers that hold more than 2 servings â€“ which can add lots of sugar and calories to your daily diet. Punches, ades and most fruit “drinks” have only a bit of juice and lots of sugar. Fruit sodas are sugary drinks, and they donâ€™t count as fruit, either.
Beans, Eggs, Lean Meat and Fish
Meat, poultry and fish supply protein, iron and zinc. Non-meat foods such as dried peas and beans also provide many of these nutrients. The Food Pyramid suggests 2 to 3 servings of cooked meat, fish or poultry. Each serving should be between 2 and 3 ounces. The following foods count as one ounce of meat:
* One egg
* 2 tablespoons of peanut butter
* 1/2 cup cooked dry beans
* 1/3 cup of nuts
Select lean meat, fish and dry beans and peas often because these are the lowest in fat. Remove skin from poultry and trim away visible fat on meat. Avoid frying these foods. Moderation is the watchword when it comes to nuts because they’re high in fat.
Products made with milk provide protein and vitamins and minerals, especially calcium. The Food Pyramid suggests 2 to 3 servings each day. If you’re breastfeeding, pregnant, a teenager or a young adult age 24 or under, try to have 3 servings. Most other people should have 2 servings daily. Interestingly, cottage cheese is lower in calcium that most other cheeses - one cup counts as only 1/2 serving of milk. Go easy on high-fat cheese and ice cream. Choose non-fat milk and yogurt and cheeses made from skim milk because they’re lowest in fat.