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Sports drinks ‘bad for teeth’

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Many sports drinks could be damagaing to teeth.

While consuming sports drinks could have a beneficial impact on the fitness of sportsmen and those who enjoy being active, they could be having a damaging effect on their teeth, it has been revealed. sports drinks and teeth

Dental surgeon John Banky, a member of the Australian Dental Association and Sports Medicine Australia, told the Sydney Morning Herald that exposure to the amount of sugar found in these drinks could over time erode tooth enamel.

He told the publication: “‘With repeat exposure there’s the possibility of permanent, irreversible damage.”

”Participants need to be aware of the risks beforehand and often that’s not the case.”

Elsewhere, Dr Samuel Low, associate dean and professor of periodontology at the University of Florida College of Dentistry and president of the American Academy of Periodontology, recently noted gum disease has been linked to an array of serious conditions such as diabetes and heart disease and as such, it is important to maintain good oral health.

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