Current health fads that may affect your teeth
Although drinking water with lemon or rinsing your moth with apple cider vinegar may have various health benefits. But these practices may be harmful to your oral health. Charcoal toothpaste may also be detrimental to your teeth.
– Enamel damage is irreversible so should be avoided as much as possible.
– Drinking hot water with lemon and apple cider vinegar, and using charcoal toothpaste or fluoride-free toothpaste can all lead to an increased risk of enamel damage.
– Enamel damage can be minimized by drinking acidic drinks through a straw, avoiding abrasive toothpaste, and always using fluoride toothpaste
“Trendy fads are wreaking havoc with people’s teeth.”
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