Those who wear dentures are able to chew most sugar-free gum. However, finding the best brand for each individual requires a person to test various brands of sugar-free gums himself, says Prevention.Continue Reading
Wearing dentures does not offer the same stability as having one's original teeth. It is sometimes necessary to avoid hard–to-chew and sticky foods to keep dentures in good condition.
Wrigley’s Freedent is a chewing gum that was specifically designed not to stick to dental work. It comes in three flavors, including Winterfresh, Wpearmint and Peppermint. According to Wrigley.com, Freedent is a product that was first introduced in 1975 and is available worldwide.Learn more about Candy
Non-stick, biodegradable chewing gum releases from surfaces and disintegrates in water, which contributes to environmental cleanliness. In countries where chewing gum removal in funded by taxes, such as the United Kingdom, non-stick, biodegradable chewing gum can reduce the amount of public money spent on cleanup.Full Answer >
While sugared chewing gum is bad for both health and teeth, sugar-free chewing gum has been shown to help clean teeth, reduce appetite and even stimulate brain activity. Chewing sugar-free gum causes the mouth to salivate which helps clean teeth, and stimulating the jaw muscles through chewing helps blood flow to the brain.Full Answer >
The original flavor of Bazooka Joe bubble gum is comprised of glycerine, sugar, natural and artificial flavors, gum base, titanium dioxide, glucose syrup, BHT, citric acid, Red 40 and Red 40 Lake. The Blue Raspberry flavor is comprised of artificial flavors, sugar, citric acid, glucose syrup, aspartame, gum base, Blue 1 Lake, BHT, glycerine, acesulfame potassium, malic acid, and titanium dioxide. Both flavors may contain soy and phenylalanine.Full Answer >
Juicy Fruit gum, as of 2015, is mainly made up of, sugar, gum base, wheat glucose syrup, sweeteners and isoamyl acetate. Juicy Fruit was first introduced by the Wrigley family in 1893 and is the oldest brand to date in the company's portfolio.Full Answer >