If you’ve been to a Lone Tree dental office at all in your life, they’ve probably already told you to avoid drinking too much soda and other sugary drinks. The effects of sugar and the main ingredients of soda on the teeth are noted, and they are known among all dental practitioners to be quite debilitating. So, what can you do to minimize that effect and protect your teeth more efficiently?
The best thing to do is to stop drinking soda completely. Even though this might be difficult, having bad teeth can be directly traced to soda pop consumption. As a result, cutting the problem from its root is the very best course of action you can think of.
Nevertheless, if you find it hard to just cut yourself off from soda, there are other methods as well. You can avoid drinking as much and use moderation. You can also dilute it with mineral water or sip it using a straw to minimize its contact with your teeth – although that doesn’t normally help much, because it only takes minimal contact to do some serious damage.
Finally, you can also reduce other beverages and harmful foods, while drinking soda in moderation and using healthy oral hygiene and preventive practices such as flossing and brushing your teeth using a strong, fluoride based toothpaste.