Many of us enjoy a good cup of coffee first thing in the morning, an ice cold glass of juice with breakfast, or a delicious glass of wine with that plate of pasta and tomato sauce, right? What you won't enjoy, however, or may not even know about, is how these types of acidic foods and drinks affect your teeth.
If you are someone who brushes your teeth immediately after consuming acidic food or drink, you may want to rethink your dental care routine. To find out why and for more on the effects of acidic food and drink, watch the video below.
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