After lunch, you may often replace sweets with apples. But according to King’s College London Dental Institute, apples are not much healthier than candy when viewed from dental health. Danger of apples on teeth four times greater than soft drinks! Wow.
Here are three things that damage your teeth:
1. Consumption of apples
Scientists have estimated that there are several types of apples that contain four teaspoons of sugar which can increase the acidity of the mouth. But according to David Bartlett, the problem is not on what you eat, but how you eat it. When someone eating an apple with a slow, high acid levels in apple has a lot of time to damage the teeth.
2. Drinks that damage your teeth
Wine, and fruit juices provide four times the risk of tooth decay are higher when consumed regularly. However, fruit juice still healthiest anymore. So, you can use the straw and pick fresh fruit juice without added sugar.
3. Brushing teeth after meals
Brushing your teeth immediately after eating is not helpful but actually harm you. When eating, tooth enamel be softened by acids so it is very vulnerable and fragile. You can create more damage if the brush it immediately after eating. Brushing your teeth should be 30 minutes after eating.