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Hydration and Dental Health | Here’s why the more you drink, the better your teeth

Hydration and Dental Health here's why the more you drink the better your teeth discover the difference with Doulton water filters

More often than not, lots of us examine our teeth and feel slightly unhappy with their appearance. If you’re feeling worried about how your teeth look, perhaps it’s time that you re-evaluate your dental care regimen.


One of the easiest ways to improve your dental health is to drink water – water that is clean, tasty, that retains its essential minerals, every day, usually provided by the best of water filtration systems. An adequate amount of quality drinking water helps to maintain and improve your oral health in many ways.

There is a close association between Hydration and dental health, we have explored it in these six ways:

1. Water works as a mouth cleanser 

Everything that you eat leaves behind a deposit in the mouth which can inflict the gums, leading to cavities. However, drinking water during and after meals helps to wash away the food particles that would have been left behind in your mouth. Water also eliminates any residue which would be making room for the cavity-causing bacteria.

While you may think that sodas or carbonated drinks have a similar effect, this isn’t the case. Sugary drinks or carbonated beverages leave behind an unwanted sugar coating on the tooth’s exterior cover: your enamel. This sugary coating can start to breakdown your enamel which can lead to tooth decay. 

2. Water doesn’t leave you dry-mouthed

Why does one experience that their mouth is parched or dry? It is due to the lack of saliva in the mouth. To counter this, drink sufficient water to increase your salvia levels.

Saliva is made up of 99% water and it plays numerous roles to keep your mouth and teeth clean. One of the most important functions of salvia is that it mineralizes teeth with its calcium, fluoride and phosphate content. Besides that, it eradicates the bacteria left behind in your mouth which secretes acids that can erode your enamel.

3. Water can save you from bad-breath

The particles of food that are left behind in the mouth are the most likely cause of bad breath. Drinking water helps in dousing that residue, making the breath fresh. You wouldn’t want to catch yourself in an embarrassing situation, so drink water at the appropriate time. 

4. Water keeps your gums healthy 

Dental health entails a healthy set of teeth and healthy gums. Inflamed Gums (a condition also known as Gingivitis) results from plaque or tartar accumulation. Saliva can free your mouth of this build-up and as we know already, drinking an adequate amount of water helps in saliva production.

Next time don’t brush aside the effort of having to take a walk to fill yourself a glass of water. 

5. Water gives you a set of pearly whites 

In-between daily tasks, indulging in a coffee or tea break offers us much-needed relief. Yet, such beverages cause teeth staining, altering the shade of your teeth to become slightly yellow.

Save yourself from teeth staining by drinking water instead, or consuming a glass after your cup of coffee or tea. Water washes away the residue that leaves those stains. If you want a sparkly clean set of teeth, drink the required amount of water. 


6. Water helps to build strong teeth 

Did you know that teeth have a higher percentage of minerals than bones? Fluoride is one of those minerals which works as a cavity fighter and strengthens the enamel on your teeth.

Drinking water can help replenish the fluoride content that your teeth require because water is rich in fluoride. But are you sure that the water you drink contains fluoride and all the essential minerals? That’s where Doulton Water Filters steps in. 

Why should you use a Doulton Water filter? 

With Doulton, you have the best water filter, providing you with clean, filtered drinking water without robbing it of its naturally-occurring minerals. If you want to make sure that the water you drink is rich in fluoride and will help improve your oral health, get yourself a Doulton – the best water filter for home and discover the difference, today!

Reading this did you get yourself a glass of water? Do it if you haven’t yet, do it for healthy teeth because Hydration and Dental Health go hand in hand. Don’t forget to get the best in water filtration systems for your home to ensure a steady supply of tasty, quality, clean water on tap, every day.

Speak to a water expert find the best water filter suitable for you

If your water source is borewell/tanker etc with TDS above 500 ppm, we do not recommend Doulton Water Filters.

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  • *If your water source is borewell/tanker etc with TDS above 500 ppm, we do not recommend Doulton Water Filters.

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