The Effects of Fizzy, Sports and Energy Drinks on Teeth

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The Effects of Fizzy, Sports and Energy Drinks on Teeth

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The Effects of Fizzy, Sports and Energy Drinks on Teeth

Most of the soft drinks we sip throughout the day contain a large amount of sugar and all of them contain tooth-eroding acid. Fizzy, sports and energy drinks contain acid that attacks your tooth enamel, (including the sugar-free and ‘zero’ varieties) and most contain sugar, which causes tooth decay. Every time you take a sip throughout the day, you’ll start a brand new acid attack that will last 20 minutes.

What You Can Do Cut down the number of these drinks you have Drink through a straw Don’t brush your teeth for an hour after you’ve finished one of these drinks – the acid in them temporarily softens your tooth enamel and brushing too early will harm it Don’t drink them before bed Swish water around your mouth after each bottle or can of drink


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