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You Need To Stop Drinking Sodas To Have A Better Smile And This Is Exactly Why

December 10, 2019 - by Dr. Alpa Dalal - in Community, Health

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Sugar is a very big part of the problem

According to recent research almost half of the population in the United States has a soda drink a day. If this number involves you, probably you already had it today or are thinking about it. Have you ever spoken to your local dentist about this? Well, he or she is going to tell you that the high-sugar soda drink you’re having today is harming your teeth generating possible cavities. Also, that you are going to have to make an appointment for teeth whitening and teeth cleaning.

High-sugar drinks like sodas do not only contribute to a damaged set of teeth, they are also one of the main reasons you can get obesity and type two diabetes. Most of us resolve our soda drink cold turkey very easily going for a diet version with no added sugar. Does this work?

Then you also have carbonation

Well, switching from sugary to non-sugar soda drinks doesn’t work. The carbonation effect of the diet sodas will affect your teeth enamel. This erosion of the outer layer of protection can stain your teeth, leading to teeth whitening and teeth cleaning treatments with your local dentist. Without your enamel, your teeth will be more vulnerable to bacteria and hence, you can get other problems like cavities, infections and such. Making an easy appointment with your dentist and simply asking about it will bring out a cataract of knowledge that will help your dental health.

You only get one set for a lifetime

You can perform teeth whitening, teeth cleaning and many other treatments with your trusted local dentist, but that won’t change the fact that you only get one set of teeth for a lifetime. There are no natural spare parts coming with the original package when we become adults. Create an easy appointment with a convenient “dentist near me” and hear everything about sugar sodas and the carbonation effect. That will help you reduce the consumption until you eventually stop.

Conclusion – Talk to your local dentist about it

Create an easy appointment with your “dentist near me” and bring out the topic to let him or her tell you everything about “the soda problem”. If your “dentist near me” is in Dublin, Pleasanton, Livermore, San Ramon or Danville, give Dr. Dalal a call and let her help you have a perfect smile.

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