ENERGY DRINKS AND YOUR TEETH
Sometimes, we need a little pick-me up. And, luckily for us (or not) there's tons of energy drinks to put that pep back in our step just in time for that big meeting, that long drive, or in Paul's case, his wedding!
While energy drinks provide a short term fix, your teeth may suffer in the long run.
According to a 2012 study published in the journal of General Dentistry, energy and sports drinks, which tend to be highly acidic, can erode tooth enamel. And when enamel is damaged, teeth can become more susceptible to cavities and decay. It also can make teeth sensitive to touch and temperature changes.
Researchers examined the acidity ...