With summer in our sights and the beach beckoning, many of us are hitting the gym harder than ever and filling our diets with healthy fruits and veg to ensure we’re summer ready. For some, this may even mean trying out a juicing diet.
Juicing can be a great way to take on your five-a-day and for some, it can lead to weight loss, however fruit and vegetable juices can have an undesirable effect on your smile, causing staining and even damaging the tooth’s enamel.
We understand that sugary treats and drinks can affect the teeth in this way, but did you know that the acid in fruit and vegetable juices can have a similar impact?
Elaine Tilling, Head of Clinical Education at TePe UK, gives her top tips for ensuring you aren’t damaging your smile with your healthy lifestyle:
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