Of all things you wear,
your smile is most important.

What Do Sugary Drinks Do To Your Teeth?

Do you ensure your family’s proper oral care? Do you also keep a track of what is being drunk by them? For maintaining proper oral care, it’s important for you to know what is being put by your kids in their mouth. A long list of the foods as well as drinks persist that is actually bad for you and your kids’ teeth. In fact, they hinder any good being done to your teeth by reversing the impact of the good being done by your dental routine.
This list for sure comprises of sugary drinks like soft drinks and fruit juices. Drinking sugary drinks in large quantity can cause a number of dental problems including dental cavities, gum disease, tooth decay and even bad breath.
What is the impact of sugary drinks on your teeth?
It’s commonly known that the consumption of sugary drinks in excess is bad for your health. However, consumption of sugary drinks occasionally can also impact your oral health. When you consume Sugary drink, the Sugar sticks on to your teeth. Bacteria present inside your mouth feed on the Sugar left behind by these drinks. After the consumption of Sugar by the Bacteria, the acid gets produced. Acid starts eating the enamel on your tooth. The result of this is that the teeth start becoming weaker and thinner. With the weakening of the enamel, the possibility of the development of the cavities becomes great. Sugary drinks therefore, are one of the major causes of tooth decay.
How can this damage be avoided by you?
The best methodology to be adopted by you for protecting your teeth because of the sugary drink is to avoid consuming the sugary drink. For quenching your thirst, more healthy options do persist like milk or water. Natural fruit juices are a way to provide sweetness in a healthy way. You need to ensure that you buy the original fruit juices with the content of the juice to be more than ten percent. Add a bit of water to dilute the sugary content present in the fruit juice.
If you find your kids consuming sugary drink, you should get their mouth rinsed properly so that no sugar content remains inside their mouth. Also, toothpaste and mouthwash containing Fluoride should be used. Fluoride is exceedingly beneficial in reducing cavities and strengthening tooth enamel. Fluoride further reverses the impact of Sugary drinks on the teeth.

~ New Delhi Office

B-4/76 Safdarjung Enclave,
New Delhi

~ Opening Hours

From 8:30 AM to 7:00 PM

Find us on MAP