Sugary drinks, such as Gatorade, Propel, soda, and sweet tea, can harm your teeth and braces as they contain acid that can erode tooth structure. To protect your teeth and avoid permanent white marks around your braces, it’s important to keep them clean by brushing and flossing regularly and minimizing your consumption of acidic drinks. It’s always best to consult with your orthodontist for personalized recommendations on safe and unsafe beverages to consume during your orthodontic treatment.
Protect Your Braces and Teeth With These Tips
Sugary drinks are particularly harmful to your oral health, so limit your consumption of soda and other sugary drinks.
Maintainoral hygiene by brushing and flossing regularly: Brushing and flossing regularly can help remove plaque and bacteria, which in turn can help prevent tooth decay.
Protect your teeth and braces with a mouthguard: Mouthguards prevent damage to teeth and braces, as well as injuries to the mouth and jaw.
Ensure your braces are working properly by visiting your orthodontist regularly. You can also identify any problems early by visiting your orthodontist regularly.
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