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When you eat anything with sugar,
it activates bacteria to make acid which cause cavities in your teeth. So big
exposure to sugar can cause tooth decay.
Hi Vu Le, I agree with you that sugar plays a harmful role
in tooth decay. Regular and ‘diet' soft drinks, sports drinks, energy drinks,
fruit juices, fruit drinks and cordials also have high acid levels that can
cause tooth erosion. Prevention of enamel loss is very important for the long
term health of your teeth. It is important to protect your teeth by using
fluoride toothpaste. Also, after drinking sugary or acidic beverages, don't
brush your teeth right away. Wait at least one hour so your teeth can recover
and your enamel can reharden before you take the brush to them. Most important
is to keep your dental check-ups close together to catch cavities while they
are still small.
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