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Effects of Soda Drinking on your Teeth
March 20th, 2017


Do you drink soda or soft drinks regularly? For a lot of people, nothing beats an ice-cold glass of their favourite soda with their meals, or even enjoyed on its own. However, this popular drink may be doing your body more harm than you can imagine, as it certainly can be quite harmful to your smile. If you are a soda drinker, read on to know more about the negative effects of your favourite drink to your teeth.

Soda is high in acidity and sugar – both of which can be harmful to the teeth enamel. The enamel is the protective outer layer of the teeth. When regularly exposed to highly acidic drinks and food items, the enamel will get eroded with the passage of time. Tooth enamel erosion will expose the sensitive inner portion which includes the nerves and the pulp. Exposure of these parts will lead to pain and sensitivity. The high sugar content of soda, on the other hand, will greatly increase the risk of tooth decay as well as gum disease development, especially without proper dental hygiene habits.

When the tooth enamel is compromised by long-term or regular soft drink consumption, teeth have a higher risk of becoming discoloured. The dark colour of the soda may cause the teeth to be imparted with a similar hue, which can be aggravated if regular visits to the dentist or dental hygienist is not done. Soda drinking can be harmful to your smile and to your overall health, making the fizzy enjoyment it brings not worth it in the long run.

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