What is ruining your teeth?

You brush your teeth regularly, go to the dentist, floss them, but you are still not satisfied with their health or appearance. Read which foods we eat every day have a very bad effect on our teeth.

By: d_pham

By: d_pham

Sparkling water

Frequent drinking of acidic water can lead to tooth hypersensitivity, the bubbles in it have a high degree of acidity and over time can damage tooth enamel.

Energy drinks

These drinks are not good for many things, including teeth. Imagine immersing your teeth in acid, and this is exactly the effect caused by frequent consumption of these drinks, they also damage the tooth enamel that protects the teeth and destroys the shine.

Caramels and candied nuts

These sweets are the number one enemy for fillings and covers and because their sugars stay on the teeth they cause caries.

Menthol candy

We mostly use them to freshen our breath, but they are not good for our teeth either. Frequent use of these candies can damage the gums and tooth enamel and even lead to painful nerve inflammation.

Dried fruit

Sticky and sweet dried fruit easily falls between the teeth. If you do not floss your teeth after eating it, their pieces can cause caries and leave stains on your teeth.

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