With the growing incidence of tooth surface loss in our patients at our central London dentist clinics, we thought it wise to describe those foods that contribute to this ever growing phenomenon. Certain foods are high in acid, and this softens and erodes enamel. Enamel is a dead tissue and once it is lost, it never regrows.
The list below shows foods high in acid that can cause considerable damage.
Carbonated Soft Drinks
We suggest using pro enamel toothpaste and having 3 balanced meals a day, and avoiding the use of snacks.
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