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Smoothies ‘bad for teeth’

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Smoothies 'bad for teeth'People have been warned about drinking smoothies after a survey revealed more than half of those questioned were unaware they could damage teeth.

More men than women believed that fruit smoothies were not bad for teeth, while people aged over 60 were the largest group to believe the misconception.

Explaining how fruit drinks often have a high sugar content Dr Nigel Carter, chief executive of the British Dental Health Foundation, reiterated the need to have regular dental check-ups to ensure teeth remain healthy.

Commenting on the results Dr Carter said: “These results are quite shocking. That such a large number of the public are unaware of this shows a general lack of knowledge about oral health.”

The British Dental Health Foundation (BDHF) asked 1,000 people about how diet could affect oral health care and found more than 50 per cent thought fruit smoothies would do no harm.

From May 16th to June 16th it is National Smile Month, which is run by the BDHF and this year’s campaign is ‘Teeth4Life‘ and will promote the importance of lifelong teeth care.ADNFCR-2621-ID-19815799-ADNFCR

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