Even as summer starts to heat up, many of us rely on our morning cup of coffee (or two, or three) to get us going in the morning. Perhaps you enjoy an iced coffee or iced tea. Or are you a soda drinker? You may not feel as fond of these beverages, however, if you realize how much staining they can cause on your. Your Pella cosmetic dentist, Dr. Jeffrey Allen, will talk more about all of your favorite caffeinated beverages and how they can affect your dental health.
Tooth Decay from Soda
Soda can cause tooth decay for a couple of different reasons: sugar and acid. The high concentration of sugar in soda can lead the way to cavity-town. Bacteria rely on sugar to multiply and create acid Continue reading