Soda or any other Aerated drinks are acidic and sugary. This sugar combines in your mouth with the bacteria and forms acid which attacks your teeth and starts to erode the enamel. It may lead to many other dental problems like cavity, gum diseases etc. which may also eventually lead to loss of tooth. Hence you should avoid drinking sodas and aerated drinks as much as possible.
Bacteria that live inside your mouth eat sugar, producing acid as a result. The acid in soft drinks such as Coca Cola can damage your tooth enamel around the bacterial colony, allowing the bacteria to move into the eroded areas, eventually leading to cavities and possible tooth decay.
PIOON dental expert research proves that drinking Coke for a long time will definitely hurt your teeth! Carbonated Beverages such as cola have not only sugar components, but also a large amount of carbonic acid. The phosphoric acid and carbonic acid in carbonated beverages will react with tooth enamel, causing tooth enamel to decalcify, tooth minerals are dissolved, tooth surface becomes thinner and the surface becomes thinner. It becomes fragile and fragmented, and then the tooth is defective and the gums are exposed.
Once exposed to cold, heat, sour, sweet and other stimuli, the teeth will have severe soreness. It is called "dental erosion" in medicine. The caffeine contained in cola is not too much, but it is equally addictive. The artificial coloring in cola can also easily cause tooth staining! Some taxi drivers and children have obvious black teeth defects due to their long-term addiction to Coke. We call them "Coke teeth".
Softdrinnks contains acids, Such as Coco cola,Pepsi, So it can damage your tooth Enamel, Around the Baceterial colony, So Bacteria will increases to more percentage and eventually it leads to Cavities and tooth decay. Bacteria Will increase in 20 seconds. but it effects can last for up to 30 minutes.
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The acid in soft drinks such as Coca Cola can damage your tooth enamel around the bacterial colony, allowing the bacteria to move into the eroded areas, eventually leading to cavities and possible tooth decay. It only takes about 20 seconds for bacteria to produce acid but the effects can last for up to 30 minutes.
Coca-Cola does not have any effect on amalgam. However, it does contain ingredients that can erode the enamel on your teeth if you do not brush them regularly.
Well cola ruins ur teeth and it also brakes down fibers in ur teeth.........
Coca-cola has a enormous amount of caffiene in it this can have an effect on people and animals.
Coca-Cola eats at your bone mass and softens your teeth!
coca cola turn your teach brown and make it feel funny
coca cola contains caffeine and sugar to much soda is bad may cause diabetes and will stain your teeth you may also become addicted to the soda
Detrieate's teeth. coads them with suguar.
coca cola can dissolve many things such as metal nails, bones, and teeth this is because of the ingredients
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Tea. But the long term bad effects of Coca Cola and other soft drinks are very bad! Tea only stains teeth, it does not harm them, considering that you don't add sugar to it. Ice tea however has a demineralizing effect on a tooth's enamel that is similar to Coca Cola.
They have similar carbonation and sugar content. They are about the same on your teeth.
Coca-Cola does not have any effect on latex.
coca-cola has a high acidic content, and prolonged exposure can erode the enamel on the teeth
There are many acidic ingredients in Coca Cola, as well as other colas. The ingredient that can cause staining of the teeth in these beverages is the caramel coloring.
There are many types of coca cola, some only found in certain countries. I recently did a project on coca cola. here are all the types i know: Coca Cola Caffeine free Coca Cola Coca Cola cherry Coca Cola with lemon Coca Cola vanilla Coca Cola C2 Coca Cola with lime Coca Cola rasberry Coca Cola zero Coca Cola M5 Coca Cola black cherry vanilla Coca Cola black Coca Cola citrus Coca Cola light sango Coca Cola orange and finally Coca Cola diet hope i helped!
Its an urban myth that Coca Cola dissolves teeth, but because it is a carbonated sugary drink, it can cause a build up of plaque on the teeth which can lead to cavities and gum disease.
it affects our body by destroying our teeth and to much coca cola in your body not good and it is made out of to much chemicals
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