Vinegar Bad For Teeth?















Despite the health benefits of vinegar, it is an acid and caution should be taken to avoid damage to tooth enamel. Dr. Jarvis recommends taking vinegar straight. If you can stand to take it this way you should rinse your mouth with water afterwards. It is better to dilute the vinegar with water if you want to save your teeth. You could also drink it through a straw which would definitely help.



The Teeth of Adults and Children

The Teeth of Adults and Children
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