How soda negatively impacts your oral health

drink 341489 640 Most people are aware that soda is terrible for their teeth. The high levels of sugar in soda can lead to cavities, and the acidity can wear away at tooth enamel. However, many people don’t realize just how harmful soda can be to their oral health. At Drs of Smiles Gentle Family Dentistry of Mesa, AZ, patients can learn about how soda negatively impacts the smile and can increase one’s chances of developing problems such as tooth decay and periodontal disease. Drs. Scott LeSueur, Glenn LeSueur, and Charles Dodaro encourage you to learn more about the importance of a healthy diet on the body and smile!

Why should I avoid sodas?

Soda not only contributes to cavities and tooth decay, but it can also cause other problems such as gum disease, bad breath, and even tooth loss. The acids in soda can erode the enamel on your teeth, making them more susceptible to Decay. Drinking soda regularly can also increase your risk of developing gum disease.

Not only is soda bad for your teeth and gums, but it can also have a negative impact on your overall health. Drinking soda has repeatedly been linked to obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. So not only is soda bad for your oral health, but it can also lead to other serious health problems.

How can I improve my oral health by nutritional and dietary changes?

  • Reduce sugar consumption by avoiding candy and sodas
  • Reduce consumption of acidic foods and beverages
  • Consider more fruits and vegetables and fewer empty-calorie snacks
  • Take a multivitamin to ensure your body is getting the nutrients it needs each day

Learn more about the effects of soda and other highly-acidic and sugary beverages

If you are concerned about the impact soda is having on your oral health, or if you are experiencing any issues with your teeth or gums, be sure to see your dentist at Drs of Smiles Gentle Family Dentistry for an evaluation. There are several ways to improve your oral health, and your dentist can help you find the best solution for your individual needs. Call 480-834-6991 to request an appointment with our team in Mesa, AZ, to start your journey to a healthier smile!

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Our office is approaching Dr. Scott LeSueur's retirement as of November 1, 2022. He has thoroughly enjoyed the private practice of dentistry for over 41 years and has now chosen to retire to follow some of his other life dreams.

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