Drinks Destroy Teeth
  • The Unsweetened Truth

    The Unsweetened Truth

    Sugar and Acidity or pH of common drinks Please note: Battery acid is listed below only for purposes of comparison, and should never be confused for

  • Info for Kids

    Info for Kids

    Fizzy drinks make fuzzy teeth! Keeping teeth healthy for a lifetime means preventing tooth decay and erosion. Though fluoride in community drinking water dramatically reduces

  • Info for Teachers

    Info for Teachers

    Drinks Destroy Teeth Trendy drinks are causing a generation of young people to experience decay and loss of tooth enamel unprecedented in modern times. Overconsumption of sugar-laden,

  • Info for Health Professionals

    Info for Health Professionals

    How to Identify Acid Exposure Over-consuming acidic, sugar-infused beverages leads to a variety of health issues. The increased consumption of soft drinks and sports drinks over

  • In the News

    In the News

    Newspaper Articles In the Indianapolis Star, “Dentists advise avoiding carbonated drinks“ In the Indianapolis Star, “Not so sweet result for children’s teeth“ Videos & Television Coverage  

  • Free Downloads

    Free Downloads

    A primary goal of the Drinks Destroy Teeth program is to arm kids, teachers, dentists and other health professionals with a collection of free resources

The Unsweetened Truth

The Unsweetened Truth

Sugar and Acidity or pH of common drinks Please note: Battery acid is listed below only for purposes of comparison, and should never be confused for any reason as a beverage. The pH scale measures the acidity or alkalinity of a solution [...]

August 7, 2012 The Unsweetened Truth
Info for Kids

Info for Kids

Fizzy drinks make fuzzy teeth! Keeping teeth healthy for a lifetime means preventing tooth decay and erosion. Though fluoride in community drinking water dramatically reduces the amount of decay in all age groups, tooth erosion is a newer phenomenon and [...]

May 14, 2012 For Kids
Info for Teachers

Info for Teachers

Drinks Destroy Teeth Trendy drinks are causing a generation of young people to experience decay and loss of tooth enamel unprecedented in modern times. Overconsumption of sugar-laden, acidic drinks, such as boxed juice, sport drinks and soft drinks, is reversing more than [...]

May 13, 2012 For Teachers
Info for Health Professionals

Info for Health Professionals

How to Identify Acid Exposure Over-consuming acidic, sugar-infused beverages leads to a variety of health issues. The increased consumption of soft drinks and sports drinks over the past few decades has not only adversely affected teeth; it also is associated with [...]

May 12, 2012 For Health Professionals
In the News

In the News

Newspaper Articles In the Indianapolis Star, “Dentists advise avoiding carbonated drinks“ In the Indianapolis Star, “Not so sweet result for children’s teeth“ Videos & Television Coverage   [...]

May 9, 2012 In the News
Free Downloads

Free Downloads

A primary goal of the Drinks Destroy Teeth program is to arm kids, teachers, dentists and other health professionals with a collection of free resources to spread the word about dental erosion. On this page you will find links to [...]

May 8, 2012 Free Downloads