It is correct that high acidic saliva can cause a lot of tooth decay. It's time to go to your family doctor and have him do a blood test on you. This is how they find out how much acid you have.
All soda pop is acidic. 7 up is acidic as well. Pop is bad for the enamel of your teeth as the acid will eat away the enamel.
Soda is acidic & erodes your enamel.
Avoid acidic drinks, foods ( such as lemons). This erodes the enamel and enamel cannot be replaced once it is eroded. Also, Bulemics and Anorexics damage enamel due to the vomiting they do regularly.
The enamel on your teeth can be worn away by acid. Many soft drinks and citric fruit juices are highly acidic and they can wear away at your teeth.
All acidic liquids can rot tooth enamel.
Acidic solutions destroy the enamel.
An acidic environment attack the enamel.
Try using Colgate Sensitive Enamel Protect toothpaste to protect the enamel on your teeth. Also you can drink lots of water after eating acidic foods to wash the acid off your teeth.
=Soda is usually acidic and acids take electrons from materials they come in contact with. This weakens the enamel on a molecular level and cause it to break apart in peices smaller then what can be seen. =
Low pH (acidic) foods dissolve the enamel and weaken the teeth.
Acidic solutions attack tooth enamel.
If the pH of the saliva is acidic it demineralizes (break down) the tooth enamel. When this happens, it causes a thinning of the enamel exposing the dentin, bone-like containing microscopic tubules that lead right to the pulp where the nerves are. If the tooth enamel is eroded, consuming hot, cold, or sugary drinks can become quite painful. Symptoms of acidic or unbalanced saliva pH levels are: bad breath, sensitivity to hot and cold, and cavities
You should brush your teeth after breakfast. But, at least 20-30mins after eating as tooth enamel is soften after eating and if you brush straight away you can remove enamel. Acidic drinks such as orange juice or soft drinks also soften your enamel.
It wears away the enamel on your teeth, and it can make acid reflux much worse, since it is acidic.
Yes, whitening procedures can potentially damage your enamel. Usually, however, it is nowehere near to significant damage to your enamel.
coca-cola has a high acidic content, and prolonged exposure can erode the enamel on the teeth
Anita Lange Nordlund has written: 'The Development and morphology of fluoride-induced enamel lesions in rat molars' -- subject(s): Adverse effects, Ameloblasts, Dental enamel, Drug effects, Fluorides, Ultrastructure
The sugars are acidic and break down your teeth's enamel. Brushing your teeth immediately after drinking pop will reduce the danger.
Over time, black coffee consumption stains tooth enamel but does not cause significant erosion. However, any sugary drink can cause cavities.
No Coke is not more acetic than vinegar because of the acid they contain. Vinegar has an acid called acetic acid that is a lot more powerful than the acid Coke contains which only effects the enamel on your teeth. So there you have it! Really you! ;)
One of the effects that coffee has on teeth is staining. Coffee contains tannic acid that can scrape into the grooves and pits of the enamel on a tooth.
- an increase of the acidity in stomach - degradation of teeth enamel But these effects are extremely small for a normal person.
The acidic properties in mainly citric acids break away at the tooth enamel causing the teeth to loose their whiteness.
The bad effects of chewing gum include cavities and broken teeth. The sugar in gum may eat away at the enamel.
there's no cure for enamel loss which is normal with age. There are sealants available but dentists will only use them on children. You can try a toothpaste called enamel on and also avoid anything acidic like citrus, soda etc like the plague