Most likely there isn’t anyone out to get your teeth. Even with the tooth fairy’s payout, stealing teeth isn’t all that profitable. However, human criminals aside, there are still dangers that your teeth are likely to come in contact with on a daily basis. These dangers come in the form of the things you eat and drink. Certain foods and drinks can cause all sorts of unwanted trouble for your teeth from discoloration, to weakened enamel that causes sensitivity, to even chipping your tooth!
The list of things that could negatively affect your teeth could go on almost indefinitely. That’s why we created this condensed guide to give you the best overall idea of what food and drinks to avoid, or at least to cut down on. Study this infographic to learn about the categories of hard, chewy, acidic, and stain-inducing things that can be bad for your teeth.
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