Be careful with sugar-free drinks and snacks, as they can damage your teeth just as much as their sugary counterparts. Dr. It was described by Gergх Komбromy-Poros dentist.
The destructive effect is due to the acidAccording to recent research, sugar-free yokes and sports drinks also weaken the tooth decay. Experts at the University of Melbourne have researched 23 different types of sugar-free drinks and found that those with acidic ingredients and those with low pH levels can significantly d And there is tooth decay, but few people know why acidic drinks can ruin a tooth - regardless of its sugar content. THE sugar forms plaques on the tooth surface, which plaques are considered acidic due to complex processes. This acid is the one that actually attacks the tooth.
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Therefore, acidic beverages are also sugar-free, meaning that sugar-free sugar alone does not necessarily protect teeth. In addition, the acid in the tooth enamel goes deeper and also softens the tooth's inner material.
What can be done?First and foremost, we need to be clear that there is practically no difference in teeth between sugary and non-sugary, acidic foods and beverages. These include not only water and sports drinks, but also freshwater.
When should I consult a dentist?"Regular annual dental check-ups can bring light to early changes," says dr. Gergh Kombromy-Poros, dentist at Oxygen Medical. - Because the destructive work of the acid, it slowly "ill" the tooth, breaks the tooth enamel, and then leads to the loss of important diseases. This triggered a process with the following statements:
Fortunately, we can help in every phase, or in severe cases, toothpaste the lost tooth - emphasizes dr. Komбromy-Couples Gergh dentist.