During Ramadan, there are some habits that you should avoid for the health of your teeth. Firstly, I wish you all good health every year. Secondly, there is a common belief that one should not visit the dentist during Ramadan, and this is actually a misconception. Getting routine medical care during Ramadan is easy, as we continue to work as usual and attend medical visits even while fasting.

It is important to brush your teeth regularly, at least twice a day, once after breakfast and once after suhoor. If you are concerned about brushing your teeth during fasting, you can use rinsing your mouth instead of washing your mouth the first moment you wake up.

Drink plenty of water, about 2-3 liters per day, and avoid soft and sugary drinks, which cause dehydration and increase the accumulation of bacteria in the mouth.

Using sugar-free gum is also useful in stimulating saliva secretion and moisturizing the mouth during fasting.

Finally, avoid eating acidic and sugary foods, as these foods increase the accumulation of bacteria and cause cavities, which is a common problem that many face during the month of Ramadan.


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