Stay Cool, but Protect Your Teeth

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When the summer sun is beating down, what can you do to stay cool?

If you’re seduced to grab an ice freezing soda or a towering glass of lemonade, you might want to think twice. The combination of battery-acid and sugar in these cups can mischief your teeth. Water is an excellent way to stay refreshed and tooth-healthy. Milk is another good preference for continuing teeth strong.

What about a boasts imbibe? Athletics drinks are acidic, and many of them have a high sugar content — so they aren’t good for tooth enamel. Again , good-for-nothing hydrates like plateau spray, an option that never detriment your teeth.

If you choose a liquid other than water, it’s best to suck it with a banquet, and swish your mouth with sea afterwards to reduce acidity. This tip-off applies to all acidic beverages, including fruit juice and diet soda.

One more thing: Acidic nutrient and drink can soothe tooth enamel, so wait at least 30 minutes before covering. This will avoid corrosion of tooth enamel over time.

The best admonition for cool down on a sizzling time daylight? Grab a cold one — a cold glass of irrigate, that is.

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