The weather is getting warmer! And warmer weather means cool, refreshing drinks! A healthy drink choice is sparkling water. But how safe is this for your teeth?

According to this article, sparkling water is safe for your teeth. When your drink sparkling water, the carbon dioxide breaks down in your mouth and becomes carbonic acid. People question whether this acid is harmful. However, there is no evidence indicating sparkling water harms tooth enamel.

To read more about this check out this article by David Oliver entitled Sparkling Water is Safe for Your Teeth, Dentist Says.

So enjoy that fizzy water without worrying about compromising your dental health!

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