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Soda Drinkers
Sugary drinks such as sodas and pops have been getting a lot of attention lately. They are even considering a warning label similar to cigarettes on their packaging. If you're like me and enjoy the occasional pop with lunch or during the work day here are some tips to limit the damage to your teeth.

For starters, try the sugar free versions - they are less likely to cause cavities, although they still damage enamel.

Also try to drink your pop during a meal, drink through a straw (to minimize contact with teeth), and follow a pop with a good drink of water to rinse the mouth clean. If possible, brush your teeth after you're done.

Most importantly limit your pop consumption. Remember, that once it passes through your teeth, the rest of your body has to deal with it and that's a whole other story.
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