Saliva is important for healthy teeth


Most of the water is made up of saliva, but 0.5% of which contain mucus and vehicles to protect teeth from damage due to the bacteria Streptococcus (Streptococcus) that cause cavities in the teeth and cavities. According to a new study
The researchers found that the contents of the saliva, mucus and vehicles does not change the levels of these bacteria do not kill her, but instead, keeps bacteria suspended in a liquid medium, which in turn reduces their ability to bio Tkoanalogsheh harmful (biofilms) on the teeth, with the growth of bacteria under biofilms harmful (biofilms) and produced through metabolism derivatives operations of organic acids attack the tooth enamel, causing cavities.