Chewing gum has come a long way since it was first introduced. Most chewing gums now are made without sugar, the ingredient that caused dentists to caution their patients against participating in this popular practice! Although many people chew gum to help freshen their breath after a meal, this practice can have some surprising benefits such as increasing saliva flow and decreasing cavities. So is chewing gum bad for you, or does it actually help your teeth?

An article by Dr. Rex Hoang. Originally published by Your Dental Health Resource.

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