Stimulates flow of saliva in the mouth. Saliva neutralizes mouth acids which cause
- Cleans the mouth of food debris.
- Helps prevent gingivitis which is caused by plaque and calculus.
- Neutralises plaque acids that form in the mouth after eating fermentable carbohydrates.
- Helps remineralise enamel to strengthen teeth.
- Reduces the risk of dental caries.
- Helps whiten teeth by reducing and preventing stains.
- Reduce the urge to smoke.
It is important to use sugar free gums. It is best to chew soon after eating. Chewing
for about fifteen minutes removes food debris, plaque and stimulates the flow of
Remember that chewing gums cannot replace basic oral hygiene practices. Do keep
in mind that plaque starts to form again within half and hour of cleaning your teeth.