Sugary Drinks- Bad for your Teeth

Many of the drinks we enjoy the most aren’t actually good for us at all! As dental professionals, we are particularly concerned about the ones that are bad for our teeth – especially soda, sports drinks and fruit juice. Two of the most harmful things for our teeth are sugar and acid, and carbonated beverages are full of both!  Sugar is harmful because the bad bacteria in our mouths eat it and excrete acid on our teeth.  When we drink something acidic, we are actually just simply applying the acid to the teeth (no bacteria needed!)  Tooth enamel begins to dissolve at a pH of 5.5, and soft drinks range in acidity from a pH of 2.32 to 5.24.  Even diet soda isn’t much less acidic than its sugar-loaded counterpart. We all enjoy a refreshing drink after a hard workout, but the sports drinks we use to replenish our electrolytes…

Refer a Friend Program

For the first quarter of 2019 we are kicking it off by giving away an iRobot Roomba in March. Getting entered into the raffle is easy! Refer any family member or friend to our office for a consultation and make sure they mention your name when they come in for the consultation. After their consultation, your name will be entered into the raffle for the iRobot Roomba. The more friends you refer, the more chances you have to WIN! Our office will be giving away 1 iRobot Roomba. The winner will be chosen at random on April 1st. The winner will be called and announced on our Facebook page on April 1st, 2019. New patients must come into the office from January 1st 2019 – March 29th 2019 for the referring patient to be entered into the raffle.