Frequent Consumption of Soft Drinks and Dental Erosion: A Literature Review

@inproceedings{g2016FrequentCO,
  title={Frequent Consumption of Soft Drinks and Dental Erosion: A Literature Review},
  author={Prerna Gulat g},
  year={2016}
}
Dietary awareness is an important issue in modern society. The consumption of carbonated beverages is popular with the youth of today and the habit is carried over into adulthood. With the frequent consumption of acidic drinks, dentitions of children are at a higher risk for acidic demineralization, ultimately leading to dental erosion. These altered habits have to be taken into account when considering the augmented dental erosion status. The type of beverages and foods that we consume daily… Expand
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