Can Alcohol Really Damage My Teeth?

11 August 2018
11 August 2018, Comments: 0

Excessive alcohol intake is linked to serious health problems, but this habit can also damage your teeth and oral tissue.

Key takeaways:-

– Enamel damage can be caused by alcohol, as this substance is very acidic.

-Alcoholic drinks can be dehydrating, and this in turn can result in dry mouth.

– The high sugar content in some alcoholic drinks makes you more vulnerable to decay and plaque buildup.

Whether you drink often or only occasionally, it’s always a good idea to get some prevention strategies and dental care tips from your dentist.

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