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Do Your Teeth Take Damage When Your Body is Missing Vitamin D?


Posted on 11/16/2020 by office
Do Your Teeth Take Damage When Your Body is Missing Vitamin D?Vitamin D is essential to your dental health, for it allows your body to absorb calcium. Without vitamin D, your mouth will suffer from vitamin D deficiency, which can lead to tooth decay, gum disease, and underdevelopment teeth. You can get vitamin D from foods such as fish, eggs, milk, and cod liver oil. You can also get it when you sit in the direct sunlight. The dental formula has got a lot of bone mass. It is the reason why vitamin D deficiency can result in severe teeth damage.

Vitamin D and Strong Teeth


Vitamin D is directly responsible for maintaining the strength of your teeth and jaws. The calcium present in the teeth and bones is responsible for maintaining the stability of your teeth. When the calcium level is low, the calcium is absorbed back into the bloodstream, and when it is high, it is put back into the bone. Vitamin D is responsible for the regulation of this mechanism. Ensure that you take foods rich in vitamin D. Strengthening your bones and teeth is as simple as sitting in direct sunlight for around 15 minutes a day.

Vitamin D and Periodontal Diseases


There is a close relation between periodontal diseases and vitamin D. Vitamin D is essential when it comes to anchoring your teeth to your tooth sockets. When your teeth are loose, it is much easier for plaque to hide between the teeth and gum; this makes it easier for the bacteria to infect your gums and cause gingivitis. If left untreated, it can result in periodontal diseases. You should treat periodontal infections because it can result in severe health-related complications such as arthritis, high blood pressure, and diabetes. Visit our offices for more information on periodontal diseases and the benefits of vitamin to your oral health.