Soft Teeth

Soft Teeth

Numerous cases of soft teeth can be clarified by inconsistent hygiene routine, customary admission of low-quality nourishment, candy, and junk food, or absence of fluoridated water.
At the point when the teeth are not appropriately cleaned, especially in the wake of eating, microscopic organisms can break down the enamel and cause cavities. Regular exposure to sugars accelerates the pace of breakdown.
Fluoride forestalls cavities by remineralizing and reinforcing the enamel. At the point when fluoride and different minerals are missing, teeth are progressively vulnerable to rot.

Monitor Ph to prevent decay

Keeping up a sound pH level in your mouth is critical to checking why you may feel your teeth are delicate. Drinking profoundly acidic refreshments is one of the most widely recognized things that damage our pH balance. Water has a pH estimation of 7, which is viewed as neutral. The lower the pH esteem, the more acidic it is. Below are some examples of pH levels
  •  Water – 7 (neutral)
    ● Coffee (8 oz) – 5.5
    ● Snapple Plain Tea – 3.93
    ● Lipton’s Iced Tea – 3.86
    ● Sprite – 3.42
    ● Gatorade Sports Drink (12 oz) – 3.4
    ● Red Bull Energy Drink (8.3 oz) – 3.3
    ● Mountain Dew Soft Drink (8 oz) – 3.2
    ● Diet Pepsi – 3.05
    ● Nestea Iced Tea – 3.04
    ● Lemon juice – 3
  • Cranberry & Apple juice – 3
    ● Dr. Pepper – 2.92
    ● Squirt – 2.85
    ● Monster Energy Drink (8 oz) – 2.7
    ● Powerade Sports Drink (12 oz) – 2.6
    ● Coca-Cola Soft Drink (8 oz) – 2.5
    ● Pepsi – 2.49
    ● Rock Star Energy Drink (8 oz) – 1.5
    ● Full Throttle Energy Drink (8 oz) – 1.45