A recent study noted that gum slows the progression of tooth decay mainly through “increased salivary flow” during gum-chewing, which “neutralizes plaque acids, remineralizes tooth enamel and helps to remove food debris from the mouth and teeth.” Gum triggers saliva to clean out the mouth, and also sticks to bacteria, plucking them out from in between teeth and crevices.

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