Apples vs Carbonated Drinks – Dr Dental
According to a new study the high acidity levels in apples can damage your teeth if eat slowly. That drinks most often associated with dietary erosion, such as cola, showed no increased risk.
The study results emphasize that dietary advice should be targeted at strong acids rather than some of the commonly consumed soft drinks. People who ate apples were 3.7 times more likely to have dentine damage, while carbonated drink consumers had no additional risk.