With proper dental hygiene habits though, limited consumption of sugary and acidic drinks is probably reasonably safe for teeth – though there are other good health reasons for avoiding too many sugary beverages.
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (PRWEB) February 05, 2020
A January 15 article on MSN Lifestyle reports on five popular drinks that can wreak havoc on one’s teeth. The drinks, all of which are high in sugar and acids, are likely to cause pain and sensitivity with repeated, unchecked exposure—and most of the drinks on the list are all too often consumed throughout the day, including fruit juice, coffee and tea, sport and energy drinks, lemon or apple vinegar water, and wine. General and cosmetic dental center Santa Clarita Valley Dental Care says that, with proper dental hygiene habits, limited consumption of sugary and acidic drinks is probably reasonably safe for teeth – though there are other good health reasons for avoiding too many sugary beverages.
The comprehensive dental care clinic says that proper oral hygiene starts with flossing and about two minutes of brushing around 30 minutes after each meal or at least twice daily. The center adds that by waiting for roughly half an hour, a patient’s teeth enamel is able to re-mineralize, which reduces the likelihood of it being damaged by brushing. The center adds that a mouth rinse can eliminate any remaining bits of food that might be stuck between teeth. The final and very important step in dental hygiene, the center continues, is for patients to visit their dentist for routine care and, of course, if they experience any symptoms a dental ailment. The center adds that checkups can spot any minor issues before they have the time to develop into more serious concerns that can threaten teeth.
Santa Clarita Valley Dental Care says that visiting a dentist at the earliest point in the progression of a tooth malady can avoid a lot of pain and trouble. Moreover, preventive treatments are always a great deal less expensive in terms of both money and time when compared to restorative work. Even so, bad things sometimes happen to teeth regardless. The good news is that the vast majority of dental concerns are treatable, the center adds. It notes that it routinely treats everything from gingivitis to chipped and broken teeth, helping countless patients to obtain a healthy and beautiful smile.
Interested readers can find out more about Santa Clarita Valley Dental Care by visiting their website at https://www.scvdentalcare.com or calling (661) 493-8866 to speak with one of their friendly and professional customer service representatives. The clinic is open Monday through Saturday and has been serving the community since 1979.