Soft Teeth

Do you suffer from soft teeth? Are your teeth in pain whenever you have cold drinks? Do teeth ever actually become soft?

The short answer is: no! There’s a simple explanation related to hygiene or diet that usually can explain all issues related to “soft teeth.” Lack of proper cleaning, sugars breaking down tooth enamel, bacteria, and other issues are the usual culprit. They all contribute as factors to this sense of softness.

How Do I Avoid Having Soft Teeth?

There are simple amendments you can make to your diet and drink intake to avoid soft teeth. When you’re going to the dentist, we use solutions like fluoride to strengthen tooth enamel and minimize your tooth pain. Additionally, decay is minimized with fluoride when applied in regular checkups.

Soft Teeth Can be Mended With the Following Practices:

Strong, consistent dental hygiene: At the end of the day, practicing strong hygiene on your end is going to be the biggest difference-maker. Brushing your teeth, flossing regularly, etc. They all come into play as factors that impact your dental hygiene.

Avoid Sugary Drinks: Sugary drinks will create bacteria and break your teeth down, which puts you at risk for gum disease and other issues.

Reducing Sodium Intake: Sodium is another major contributor to your soft teeth. If you reduce sodium in your diet, your teeth will be far less sensitive as well.

Attention to Pains: When you have pain surrounding sensitive teeth, you shouldn’t ignore them. Ignored problems become much bigger risks for your teeth need fillings, crowns, and other procedures.



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