Dr Parkin, Colorado Springs dentist, just thought you might like to know. Check out the video below. It focuses on the damage done to your teeth if you drink Cola drinks. They are hard on teeth, but they are not the worst offenders. Most soft drinks are hard on teeth with root beer being the least damaging. The acids in mountain dew, sports drinks, energy drinks and many others are even more damaging to your teeth.
Now you may say you don’t leave your teeth in a glass of Coke, and that is true, however by sipping on sodas again and again, the fresh acids gradually dissolve the calcium from your teeth. Decay causing bacteria love an acid environment so the acids in so many of the drinks help the tooth decay process accelerate.
We at Cheyenne Mountain Dental Center use the diagnostic laser to painlessly check for cavities, even hidden hard to find cavities and then we use the latest advancements in tooth colored bonded ceramic filling materials to repair any damage done to your teeth.
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