Any food or drink that contains sugars and starches, including sparkling drinks, can play a role in the development of tooth decay. Also, any food or drink that is acidic has the potential to play a role in enamel erosion. Soft drinks are no exception, but that’s only if you don’t take care of your teeth. Poor dental hygiene is the main cause of tooth decay and enamel erosion.
By establishing a good dental hygiene routine and other health practices, you can help reduce the risk of tooth decay and erosion. The best way to protect teeth is to brush them twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste, see your dentist regularly and follow the advice they give you. For more information on good dental health click here
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