Drinking energy drinks or sports drinks after exercise or in busy times had become an option to maintain fitness. This drink is considered better than soft drinks. But in fact, energy drinks also contribute to health problems, especially dental health. Yes, energy drinks can cause dental erosion.
A new report published in the latest issue of ‘General Denstistry’ reveals that energy drinks contain acids that cause tooth decay to two-fold. “Many patients are surprised to learn that energy drinks make their mouth more acidic,” says lead study author Poonam Jain. (more…)