Carbonation Causes Tooth Decay

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The American Dental Association (ADA) says each time sugar comes in contact with the bacteria in your mouth, acid is produced.The acid can result in cavities. With every sip you take, the acid eats away at your teeth for about 20 minutes. Dentists suggest eliminating or greatly reducing consumption of sugary and carbonated beverages. Eat nutritious snacks, brush teeth twice per day, don’t forget to floss, and visitĀ ourĀ dental office regularly.

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