Posted on 7/20/2016 by Brandon Cooley
|The reason that hot beverages can cause a bit of an issue when it comes to your oral health is that they are generally are not drunk through a straw.
Drinking through a straw reduces the amount of liquids that come in contact with your teeth and therefore in a sense protect your teeth.
Continued exposure to warm drinks like coffee, hot chocolate or tea will not only lead to tooth discoloration, but it can also cause tooth decay.
How to Protect Your Teeth While Enjoying Hot DrinksThe good news is that you do not have to give up that morning cup of Joe or your evening cup of hot tea to keep your teeth healthy. There are things that you can do to protect your teeth and still enjoy your favorite hot beverage.
Use these simple tips to help you reduce damage that could potentially be caused to your teeth from hot drinks and keep those pearly whites bright and strong all year long!
Please contact us if you have any questions about hot drinks and your oral health.