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Chewing xylitol should not be over 15 minutes

 Chewing xylitol can enhance the secretion of saliva, to help maintain oral hygiene. However, medical experts have warned that chewing gum to be timely, adequate, too much chewing gum for a long time may cause adverse health effects.

 Chewing xylitol sucrose as a sweetener and sugar will stay long in the mouth, cariogenic bacteria use sucrose produce acids damage teeth. Repair teeth, should be minimal chewing gum, to avoid damaging the fill material. In addition, the 3-year-old children, gastritis, gastroduodenal inflammation, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer in children, should not be chewing gum. Chewing gum on an empty stomach, there will be adverse effects such as nausea, dizziness, easy to cause gastritis and stomach ulcers. Too long chewing gum, chewing muscle long-term state of tension, it is possible to develop the habit of teeth at night. Doctors remind chewing gum should not be more than 15 minutes, and patients with stomach should not be too much to chew gum.

 Experts suggest that xylitol is superior to sucrose, is not cariogenic bacteria use. The same time, the xylitol early dental caries, there is inhibition can play the role of natural repair, and effective in preventing dental caries. Thus, the higher the content of xylitol chewing gum, the better its anti-caries effect. Insist on chewing gum in the xylitol content accounted for more than 50% of the sweetener, can effectively suppress the incidence of dental caries.

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