Acids in soda and illegal drugs erode enamel and cause similar damage to teeth

A case study recently published in the March/April 2013 issue of General Dentistry found that similar damage is done to the enamel of teeth by overconsumption of carbonated soda, much like that caused by the use of illegal drugs such as methamphetamine and crack cocaine.

May 29th, 2013
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Dreamstime.com A case study recently published in the March/April 2013 issue of General Dentistry found that similar damage is done to the enamel of teeth by overconsumption of carbonated soda, much like that caused by the use of illegal drugs such as methamphetamine and crack cocaine.Read more about the study from ScienceDaily, along with comments from ADA spokesperson Eugene Antenucci, DDS, FAGD.RELATED INFORMATION ...Rethink your drinkAmericans score a D on national oral health quiz
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