We cannot leave aside the problem of alcohol and what this entails for oral health. The wear and tear suffered by the teeth due to the use and abuse of alcoholic beverages. Unfortunately it appears every time at younger ages due to external factors such as “botulin” which, together with a diet poor in nutrients, cause a negative effect on patients.
Teeth are not worn out by drinking alcohol in a responsible and intelligent way. Erosion and dental diseases arise from indiscriminate abuse and lack of good oral maintenance. But it is evident that these drinks possess an acidity that is completely detrimental. The tooth weakens due to these levels of alcohol and also affects the saliva, changing its pH and thereby generate a development of harmful bacteria and promote the appearance of oral diseases. The pH is fundamental to achieve a maintenance of the defensive components of the mouth.
So dedicating a few minutes a day to our oral health, eating a healthy and balanced diet, not abusing certain foods or substances, can be a guarantee of success to achieve a good general health.