I hope you don’t brush your teeth like you clean your toilet! J/K
I take very good care of my teeth so the dentist never chides me about drinking wine. But, I wasn’t a big wine drinker when I was in my 20s. Take care of your teeth, you don’t want to be 40 and sporting dentures.
Take care of your teeth, you don’t want to be 40 and sporting dentures.
Yeah but you can take those bad boys out of your mouth and soak them in a glass with some cleanser and you’re good to go. No need to worry about whether or not your brush is soft or hard. Or anything else actually. . .
Count yourself lucky. I get lectured every day. I’m married to a hygienist
Yes, wine is acidic, but the average soft drink is much worse, coming in at around pH of 2.5 vs around 3.5 for wine. That is a factor of 10 higher in acidity. My wife has seen so many people with eroded teeth from drinking soft drinks every day. So if you drink even a couple a week, cut that out, and be happy drinking wine
The acid also ruins your gums, your esophagus, your stomach, the rest of your bowels, pretty much everything it touches.
What saved me [or at least what I hope has saved me] are the caffeine pills.
Now I no longer have to suffer the terrible acidity from the cola and the coffee and the tea.
And if you’re a Big City type, who’s spending $5 to $10 a day on hipster coffees and teas and Red Bull and whatnot - a budget which quickly extrapolates out to many thousands of dollars per year - then switching over to caffeine pills will move your caffeine expenditures down to more like $5 to $10 PER MONTH.
I worry more about the nutcases in our state that vote down fluoridation on a regular basis. They are also anti vaxxers, so their days may be numbered. Most of my teeth are now precious metals. Now that I do not drink tea the do you smoke question is moot. Decaf is the rule if I want to sleep at night, even decaf tea has too much caffeine.