Acidity of sodas, sports drinks and juices
While most people brush twice a day to remove plaque from their teeth to keep them healthy, what happens in between brushings can be very harmful to you teeth. What I am talking about? The consumption of sports drinks, energy drinks, fruits drinks and sodas. By the way, diet sodas, even though they have no sugar added can be extremely harmful to your teeth. But why?
Citric, maleic, tartaric, and phosphoric acid are all commonly added to drinks. While these acids help in flavoring the drinks, daily consumption of them is erosive to your tooth enamel. What's worse is if you have any gum recession that exposes the root of your ...