Red wine is very harmful to teeth

It is known that red wine stain tooth enamel along with coffee and black tea. The high acidity of the beverage, writes Munchies, destroys the structure of the enamel with regular consumption. Sommelier and fans to enjoy a glass at dinner have to be careful.

The wine is in the process of consumption is not eaten immediately, but about a minute rolls in your mouth. Given the high acidity of the beverage, regular drink wine can cause enamel erosion and tooth decay. Experts from the University of Adelaide even coined the term "wine erosion".

The composition of red wine is tartaric, lactic, citric and maleic acid. If you desire to try a new variety of wine is stronger than fear to spoil the enamel before tasting better to take a pill with calcium phosphate and fluoride.

After drinking should rinse your mouth with plain water, and in the evening to brush your teeth with a soft toothbrush or your finger with pasta.

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