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What Happens to Your Teeth When You Drink Soda?


Posted on 12/23/2017 by Office Manager
Soda North Downtown Seattle Dental WA 98101
When it comes to soda, there is nothing good about it. Not only is it bad for your teeth, but it is also bad for your health. It is important to reduce or remove the amount of soda that you drink on a daily basis.

This is because you don't want to worry about having many cavities or even health problems because of the soda. Milk and water are ideal choices when it comes to drinking something healthy that will not wear down your teeth or your health.

Soda Wears Your Teeth Down

Soda is loaded with sugar. It is a carbonated sugary sweet drink that can cause damage to the inside and outside of your teeth.

When you drink it and it sits on the outside of the teeth, it can eat right through them. When it is not rinsed or brushed off the outside of the teeth, it can eat right through the enamel and cause further problems.

When drinking soda, you shouldn't ever not brush your teeth or let the soda sit on the outside of the teeth for a long time. The sugar not only causes plaque to build up on the outside of the teeth, but also around the gum line. When this happens, it can penetrate deep into the gums and cause further problems.

Make sure to safeguard yourself. If you have to drink soda, drink it through a straw and make sure to rinse or brush your teeth after you do so. If you drink soda currently but do not have too, then make sure to remove it from your diet entirely.

It is not a good substance to have since it causes many problems and contains a high amount of sugar and other ingredients. Speak with our dentists today to find out more regarding soda and the oral problems it causes.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call us at (206) 623-7783 today.


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