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Sugar free drinks can still damage your teeth

December 7, 2015
by Written By: Asnan Portal Team

It is known that bacteria in the mouth ferments sugar in dental plaque to produce acid that dissolves the outer layer of tooth enamel. It is the acid that damages teeth and causes erosion. Therefore, acidic drinks whether they contain sugar or not can erode teeth and lead to tooth decay. These include sports drinks, mineral waters and diet sodas.

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