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Vitamins & dietary supplements for dental health

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Looking to naturally care for your teeth and mouth? SuperSmart has gathered the best vitamins for teeth and other supplements to strengthen teeth and gums, as well as to freshen breath.

These various products can help by fortifying tooth enamel, aiding in the prevention of cavities, supporting the repair of oral tissues and microbial balance, or even reducing inflammation.

Discover, for example, the probiotic Oral Health, whose microorganisms are studied for their potential effects on oral health. The calcium (Calcium Orotate) and vitamin (Vitamin D3 5000 IU), meanwhile, contribute to the maintenance of normal teeth. They are particularly recommended in a regimen for strengthening weak teeth. We also offer an anti-plaque chewing gum and a natural antibacterial toothpaste.

Also discover our probiotics and other dietary supplements to promote digestion and gut health.

Oral Health SupplementOral Health
An ideal combination of probiotics for oral health
30 Sticks
19.00 €(20.58 US$)Add to basket
4.5 14 reviews
Calcium Orotate dietary supplementCalcium Orotate
Combined with 50mg magnesium orotate for greater efficacy
60 Veg. Caps
32.00 €(34.65 US$)Add to basket
5 18 reviews
Champex® dietary supplement to reduce body odorsChampex®
Agaricus bisporus extract, powerful detoxifier and internal deodoriser
120 Veg. Caps
63.00 €(68.23 US$)Add to basket
5 5 reviews
Natural treatment for swollen and inflamed gumsDental & Gingival Formula
Formula tested for swollen gums, periodontal disorders and dental health
60 Veg. Caps
46.00 €(49.82 US$)Add to basket
5 2 reviews
Mastic Gum Elma SupplementMastic Gum Elma
Sugar- and aspartame-free chewing gum with essential oil of Pistacia lentiscus
5 box of 10 units
16.00 €(17.33 US$)Add to basket
4.5 11 reviews
Power Smile ™ Whitening Paste, peppermint powerfulPower Smile™ Toothpaste
Whitening, anti-bacterial toothpaste with peppermint
170 g
14.00 €(15.16 US$)Add to basket
5 18 reviews
Vitamin D3 Supplement Vitamin D3 5000 IU
To help prevent the risks of vitamin D deficiency
60 softgels
19.00 €(20.58 US$)Add to basket
5 163 reviews
Synergy packs Synergy packs

More effective nutrients for less money. Product combinations chosen by the scientific team at SuperSmart for their synergistic and complementary effects, at a great price. These supplement combinations have been shown to maximise absorption of active compounds and increase efficacy. How is this possible? By focusing on nutritional synergy. This is when the beneficial effects of several compounds taken simultaneously (vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients…) are greater than those obtained from these same compounds taken in isolation. We know, for example, that vitamin C supports iron absorption and that quercetin slows down the enzymes responsible for eliminating certain antioxidants. Every day, research is discovering new nutrient combinations that can enhance the benefits of dietary supplements.


10 natural ways to healthy, white teeth

Wondering how to whiten and maintain your teeth naturally? Follow our 10 tips for achieving a dazzling, Hollywood-style smile.

Brushing your teeth: adopt the BROS method

Looking after your teeth obviously starts in the bathroom with effective brushing, the cornerstone of good dental hygiene.

According to the latest guidelines, you should brush at least twice a day(for 2 minutes each time).

To help perfect your tooth-brushing technique, remember the acronym BROP which stands for:

You should also use a fluoride toothpaste, and change your toothbrush at least every three months.

Avoid certain foods if you want to maintain a sparkling smile

Sweets, fizzy drinks, chocolate bars … It goes without saying that teeth and sugary treats do not go well together. What happens is that sugar gets broken down by the bacteria in oral flora into acids which erode tooth enamel. So make sure you use sugar sparingly!

To prevent your teeth becoming yellow or stained, you should also avoid foods and drinks that are high in tannin, such as wine, red fruits, tea and coffee. You don’t need to ban them altogether: simply rinse your mouth out after consuming them.

The importance of calcium

Did you know that almost 99% of the calcium in the body is concentrated in the bones and teeth? So as you might expect, calcium is crucial for maintaining healthy teeth. Dietary sources of calcium include dairy products, cruciferous vegetables and almonds.

If you want to boost your intake, you can also take a supplement, ideally in the form of calcium orotate, the form best absorbed by the body (try, for example, the product Calcium Orotate).

Apply lemon and bicarbonate of soda to your teeth

Your kitchen cupboard may seem an unlikely place to find things to brighten up your smile, but ingredients such as lemon and bicarbonate of soda have whitening, polishing and descaling effects.

Simply add to your toothpaste a few drops of lemon juice and a pinch of bicarbonate. But don’t use this technique too often as it can harm your tooth enamel - once a weekat most, is enough.

Ensure you have a good intake of vitamin C

You know the role it plays in your immune system but less so its effects on your smile! In fact, vitamin C supports normal collagen production and thus healthy teeth.

To maintain healthy white teeth naturally, you also need to eat a diet high in fresh fruit and vegetables: citrus fruit, kiwi, peppers, baby spinach, broccoli… Dietary supplements such as Liposomal Vitamin C, can also help boost your intake.

Reach those difficult areas with dental floss

It can be hard to get to some parts of the mouth with a standard toothbrush. This means food debris can accumulate without you realising it, encouraging the formation of tartar.

The solution is to dislodge the debris using dental floss after you’ve brushed your teeth at night. Without forcing it, slide the floss carefully into the gap between each tooth.

How magnesium benefits your smile

What do cocoa, sesame, almonds and bananas have in common? They all contain magnesium. Around 60% stored in bones, this mineral salt helps maintain healthy teeth. However, magnesium reserves tend to become depleted faster in sportspeople and those under stress.

It may be wise, therefore, to supplement with magnesium (with a product such as OptiMag, which contains 8 varieties of highly-bioavailable magnesium).

Don’t smoke if you want beautiful teeth

Quite apart from its harmful effects on the lungs and arteries, smoking is no friend to good oral hygiene.

Not content with making enamel yellow, especially the incisors, it weakens the periodontium, the tissues that provide crucial support for the teeth. Not to mention its role in causing bad breath… More than enough reasons to quit smoking!

Make sure you get enough vitamin D

In summer, our bodies are able to produce it from the sun’s UV rays, but in winter, it’s in short supply. Along with calcium, vitamin D helps maintain healthy teeth.

Present in eggs, oily fish, mushrooms and dairy products, it can also be ingested as a supplement (for example, in the product Vitamin D3 5000 IU).

Keep your annual dentist appointment

Few of us look forward to going. But visiting the dentist once a year is essential for detecting any potential dental problems and reviewing your habits.

So while you wait for your next session in the dentist’s chair, try to adopt the good habits described in this article. To make things easier, you can find most of the minerals and vitamins mentioned above in the multivitamin supplements Daily 1 or Daily 3. Which should keep you smiling whatever the circumstances!

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