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Increased dental decay if take Calcium without Magnesium – Feb 2020

Oral Manifestations of Magnesium and Vitamin D Inadequacy

J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol, 105636 2020 Feb 18, DOI: 10.1016/j.jsbmb.2020.105636
Anne Marie Uwitonze 1, Sayeeda Rahman 2, Nkemcho Ojeh 3, William B Grant 4, Harleen Kaur 5, Afrozul Haq 6, Mohammed S Razzaque 7


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Adequate nutrition is essential for maintaining good oral health. Minerals such as magnesium, calcium, and phosphorus found in the diet constitute the main structural components of the tooth. Their inadequacy leads to absorption impairment, increased bleeding tendency, bone resorption, looseness, and premature tooth loss. Inadequacy of those essential minerals is associated with delayed tooth eruption and with enamel or dentin hypoplasia.

Taking calcium without magnesium results in soft dental enamel, which cannot resist the acids causing tooth decay. In addition to magnesium, calcium, and phosphorus, adequate vitamin D is needed to maintain optimal oral health. Vitamin D exerts anti-inflammatory effects and helps in calcium absorption and bone remodeling. Moreover, adequate vitamin D status could reduce formation of dental caries by delaying its onset and progression. Here we summarize the oral manifestations of vitamin D and magnesium inadequacy.

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