Diet soda erodes teeth as most as meth, crack: Case study

Drinking diet soda for years takes a fee on a teeth that’s allied to years of smoking clear meth or moment cocaine, according to a new box news from a dentistry journal.

The report, published in General Dentistry on May 28, shows an obsession to soda might do as most vital repairs to your grin as a drug habit, and sugarine isn’t even a culprit.

Teeth are eroded when poison wears divided tooth enamel, a glossy, protecting covering of a tooth. Without this shield,

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Thursday, May 30th, 2013 General Dentistry

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