tooth and gum health(bacteria)

are bacteria is good for your tooth and gum health?

Your mouth, teeth, and gums are the first contact points for the nutrients you consume and are essential for kicking off the digestion process

A recent study put out in the Springer Nature publication found that people who have good teeth have a high population of good bacteria in the mouth.

As it turns out, many common dental products (such as toothpaste and mouthwash) contain toxic ingredients that can destroy the microbiome in the mouth.

This explains why teeth can thrive for hundreds of years outside the mouth (in fossils),

while in our mouth they get ruined by something so simple as chocolate.

good bacteria’s for mouth:

Bacteria  is ubiquitous, mostly free-living organisms often consisting of one biological cell. They constitute a large domain of prokaryotic microorganisms. Typically a few Micro-Metres in length, bacteria were among the first life forms to appear on Earth

All kind’s of bacteria are not bad, there are some good bacteria’s too, today we will list a few of them for you which are good for your tooth and gum health:


lactobacillus paracasei:

  • Supports the health of your gums
  • Helps your sinuses stay free and open

Lactobacillus Paracasei is a probiotic strain that lives in the gut and helps with digestion, immunity, and skin health. It can improve lactose tolerance, reduce inflammation, prevent allergies, and stimulate fat metabolism.

It can also fight infections, improve tooth and gum health, and normalize moods by influencing the brain-gut axis.

B.lactis BL-04:

  • Supports the balance of mouth bacteria
  • Supports respiratory tract
  • Maintains a healthy immune system

Bifidobacterium Lactis is a gram-positive, anaerobic, rod-shaped bacteria used as a probiotic. It is usually found in the large intestine of humans and other mammals.

Bifidobacterium Lactis is also known as Bifidobacterium animalis subsp. Lactis. Bifidobacterium Lactis BB12 is one of the world’s most documented probiotics.

Bifidobacterium Lactis is a more versatile strain than other strains of Bifidobacterium.

It is commonly used in many foods, dairy, and freeze-dried products and as you know dairy is good for your tooth health


Lactobacillus Reuteri:

  • Helps with inflammation
  • Supports a healthy mouth environment

Limosilactobacillus Reuteri is a lactic acid bacterium found in a variety of natural environments, including the gastrointestinal tract of humans and other animals.

Moreover Lactobacillus Reuteri is a gram-negative rod-shaped bacterium that has been found in various foods, especially meat and milk products.

It has been isolated from the intestines of many different mammals in the animal kingdom including rodents, pigs, sheep, and chickens,

and is one of the most common organisms found in the human gut.

It is one of the most numerous organisms in the mammalian gut microbiome. Each type of mammal (rodents, pigs, chickens, people) has its own specific strain of the organism, leading scientists to believe that it is important to gut health of the host.

Once L. Reuteri is in the gut, it begins to work its magic.

It is particularly helpful in kids with diarrhea, where it significantly decreases the length of time the child is symptomatic and reduces the severity of the illness.

The antibiotic effects of L. reuteri are also helpful in promoting tooth and gum health.

As discussed in our post on probiotics in tooth  and gum health, the known bad bug in gingivitis and cavities is called Streptococcus mutans. Of all the probiotic bacteria tested against this organism in one study, L. Reuteri was the only one that was able to block the growth of S. Mutans.


final word:

Some forms of bacteria’s are good for our tooth and gum health and its better for you to help yourself with using them!

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