Maintaining oral health entails following regular dental hygiene practices such as flossing and regular dental visits. When you visit our practice, our dental experts will educate you on the best practices that will help you maintain achieve proper dental health. One of the tips our dentists give our patients is the drinks and foods to avoid. One of these is the much-loved energy drinks. There are risks to your teeth if you use energy drinks excessively.
What are the risks of energy drinks to your dental health
When you use energy drinks you might experience tooth decay. This is because of the ingredients contained in energy drinks including sugar, guarana, caffeine, and taurine. Energy drinks also have a high acidity concentration level. Drinks with acids and sugars can lead to irreversible damage to your enamel which will leave your teeth vulnerable to decay and sensitivity. This can therefore lead to cavities, and in more severe cases can cause you to lose your tooth.
Energy drinks can also cause hyperactivity making you grind your teeth. This can lead to breakage and cracking of your teeth. The result can be the loss of your teeth.
What drinks are good for dental health
There are effective alternatives to harmful energy drinks. Water, smoothies, green juices, and smoothies can be particularly good for your dental health. These drinks contain natural minerals and vitamins which strengthen your gums and reduce the harmful effects caused by sugary and acidic drinks.
Maintain regular clinic visits
Regular dental clinic visits are important if you want to maintain optimal dental health. at our clinic, you will receive oral examinations that can highlight the damage that energy drinks may have caused. Our dentists can devise treatment plans that can stop the problem from progressing.
Visit our practice to get a consultation and examination by one of our top dentists. You can also reach by giving us a call, where you can ask dental hygiene questions, and also schedule an appointment.
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