The report comes from the publication General Dentistry and it covers more than 20 years of results.
The findings show "almost identical features" between the damage to teeth from too many sodas and the use of meth or crack.
The man behind the research is Mohamed Bassiouny, he focused on three specific patients. One had been using cocaine for nearly 20 years. Another drank large quantities of diet soda for three years and the third was a three year meth user.
One finding that should get your attention has to do with how little soda you have to drink to cause an issue.
Bassiouny points out the citric acid in the drinks are powerful enough to eat away enamel and soften teeth in those who take in “normal” amounts.
There is disagreement on the study from the American Beverage Association.
They call the work irresponsible, saying “the body of available science does not support that beverages are a unique factor in causing tooth decay or erosion."
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