Everyone knows that sugary fizzy drinks are bad for your teeth, but people do not realise that prosecco falls into this category.
– Prosecco contains the equivalent of a teaspoon of sugar per glass and is highly acidic, resulting in enamel erosion.
– If giving up prosecco is not an option, consider drinking it via a straw, drinking water after each glass and using a pro-enamel toothpaste.
– Speak to your dentist if you’re concerned.
“Dentists have now seen so many women whose teeth have been damaged by the acid in the drink that they’ve dubbed it ‘prosecco smile'”
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