1. Eat calcium-rich foods

 Calcium is essential for strong, healthy teeth because it helps remineralise enamel. Incorporate a healthy amount of dairy products, leafy greens, and nuts into your diet. 

2. Drink water instead of soda or juice

Acidic drinks like soda and fruit juice wear away enamel, which can contribute to yellowing of your teeth. Water is a much more enamel-friendly choice. 

3. Brush with an enamel-strengthening toothpaste

Toothpaste containing fluoride are available for children and adult. Ask your dentist for proper concentration of fluoride and amount of paste to be taken on toothbrush. 

4. Avoid foods and drinks that stain enamel

Things like dark soda, red wine, tomatoes, and coffee contain a combination of acids and pigments that can discolour or weaken your enamel. 

5. Don’t forget about the rest of your mouth

Good dental care is more than just proper brushing. Remember to floss and brush your tongue—because a healthy mouth and gums help keep teeth healthy and white, too. 

Early you begins with these habits, longer teeth will live.