Too much acidic food and drink could wear your teeth down


Consuming too much acidic food and beverages softens the tooth surface, making it more vulnerable to erosion, abrasion or teeth-grinding (bruxism). — Pixabay

No one goes through life without at least one dental problem, and most likely, it is due to cavities or tooth decay.

All sorts of bacteria, viruses and fungi make up the normal flora of your mouth, and they are generally harmless in small quantities.

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