What Soda Can Do To Your Teeth

There’s no doubt that Americans like to drink sugary beverages , not just sodas, but sports drinks, energy drinks and fruit juices with sugar added. Beverage Digest estimates that Americans each drink 714 eight-ounce servings of carbonated soft drinks in a year — that’s close to two a day. “Kids are eating their weight in sugar every year,” Kennedy told NBC News. “And sodas, energy drinks and sports drinks are the No. 1 source of sugar in kids’ diets.”

If you are someone who regularly drinks pop, you may want to take a look at this info-graphic chart by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD). You may think twice before starting your day off with a can of Mountain Dew.

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