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Teas and drinks can lead to tooth erosion

An investigation by King’s College London has found that the chances of developing tooth erosion can be most significantly increased by eating and drinking acidic foods and drinks, particularly between meals.

It also found that consuming acidic drinks twice a day between meals, such as soft drinks, water with a slice of lemon or hot fruit flavoured teas, can increase the chances of moderate to severe tooth erosion by 11 times.

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