Tap Water Needs to Be Part of Your Daily Routine


Posted on 4/15/2019 by Platte Valley Dental Care
Tap Water Needs to Be Part of Your Daily RoutineWater, overall, is a great thing to have. You want to stay hydrated throughout the day, you want to give your body enough water to really work well and continue to provide the necessary functions it needs to provide.

It is recommended that you drink at least 8, 8-ounce glasses of water per day, more or less. It is good to keep up the water content of your body for your body and for your oral health. Tap water is especially beneficial to your health and should be consumed regularly, here's why.

Why is Tap Water Important?

Tap water comes with many vitamins and nutrients that can provide your overall oral health with the benefits that it needs. Not only that, but when you drink tap water, you're also getting something called fluoride. This helps to strengthen the enamel on the teeth and provide healthier, stronger teeth overall. It is also a substance that is used to put on the outside of the teeth of children so that they last longer and remain stronger.

Those that do not have tap water and that drink well water usually look to using fluoride supplements for their oral health. This can also be found in toothpaste and mouth washes to provide the best possible agents to help the teeth grow strong and look their best. Smaller children benefit the most before their permanent teeth come in from the use of fluoride.

We Can Provide More Information
Speak with us today if you want more information regarding your oral health and the many benefits that can come from enjoying tap water and other delicious extras. Make an appointment to have a cleaning and exam done, because these are both important for your oral health and should be done every six months for the best possible outcome. We can help, call now.

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