Thursday, April 21, 2016

Soda - Skip It

Below is an excellent article from about how drinking soda affects the body.

The effect on the teeth is just as dramatic. After drinking a soda, plaque germs will continue to make acid on the teeth for twenty minutes. If that soda is slowly sipped over hours, the acid attack continues. The acid in the soda also weakens and softens the enamel. (This occurs with diet soda, too.)

It is better to have soda with a meal
and to drink it all at one sitting.

For tooth health after drinking a soda, rinse well with water. Wait at least 30 minutes to an hour before brushing.

Please view the article about soda at:

This blog is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease or condition. Please see your medical or dental professional if you aren't feeling well!