Here’s a 2 minutes and 30 seconds Know Why Soft Drinks Affect Tooth Enamel video. See full transcript below.
The sugars from the foods and drinks we consume every day can cause tooth decay as it produces acids that erode and damage teeth. All beverages that use sugar as its primary sweetener contain high amount of sugars. Thus every time you drink sweetened soft drinks, you make your teeth vulnerable to dental erosion.
If you are really used to drinking soft drinks or any other fizzy beverages, it is better to drink them in moderation or infrequently. Instead of drinking them directly from the bottle, use a straw to lessen the contact of acids to your teeth. After drinking, gargle or drink water so as to cleanse your mouth and diminish the sugars.
Protect your tooth enamel from things that can only destruct it. Once damaged, teeth may have weaker defenses from cavities and decay as well as sensitivity. Here at Penrith Dental Clinic, we have dental care procedures that help strengthen your teeth and promote overall oral health wellness. Through our modern dental facility, we can effectively cater all your oral care needs.
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Know Why Soft Drinks Affect Tooth Enamel
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