Daily exposure to sodas, sports drinks, sugary food and drinks and alcohol eventually causes minerals to be leached from tooth enamel. Tooth enamel eventually softens due to lack of minerals. Bacteria are then able to cling to the surface of teeth and begin to eat away at inner tooth structure...
New findings show that using e-cigs - called "vaping" - isn't healthier than smoking. Dental professionals are seeing the effects on patients' teeth and gums. Following are the key ingredients in e-cigs and how they affect teeth and gum health.
1. Read Your Labels!From frozen pizzas to yogurts, sugars in the form of high fructose corn syrups, corn solids, and the myriad other names are found in foods. Choose foods with no added sugars – or at least no high-fructose corn syrup or corn solids. Sweeten with Stevia herb powder. You can find it on Amazon.
2. Stop Sipping Sodas and Munching Snacks Throughout the Day.
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Either way, the image conjures up what archaeologists might unearth in the future (sans the burning cigarette) due to this little known secret for preventing tooth decay.