Can the carbonic acid corrode the teeth?


The carbonic acid is an acid, which makes many people think that the teeth will start to corrode if you drink carbonated water often, but that is not true. The carbonic acid is an acid, however, a very weak one which means that it is not possible that the teeth would begin to corrode the carbonic acid. However, it is true that the teeth can feel bad from other beverages containing carbonic acid such as various soft drinks because they contain a lot of sugar, but not because of the carbonic acid itself.

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