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Bull Mountain:
(503) 968-6101

11815 SW King James Pl #10
Tigard, OR 97224 Map
Bridgeport:
(503) 906-8600

18035 SW Lwr Boones Ferry Rd
Tigard, OR 97224 Map

Why You Shouldn't Be Drinking Sports Drinks


Posted on 10/25/2017 by Dr. Johnson
Sports Drink Total Health Dental OR 97224-2479
Sports drinks serve a very specific purpose. They are meant to help rehydrate people who are working really hard at a sport or while working out, and on the verge of dehydration. However, people have taken them to be a good drink outside of that event as well.

This can be dangerous, especially when that becomes the main drink a person consumes. If you drink a lot of sports drinks, you need to understand the dangers that come with it. They are not as good for you as manufacturers want you to think they are.

Sports Drinks Disintegrate Your Teeth


The biggest issue with sports drinks is that they disintegrate your teeth. The acid levels are so high that they literally erode your tooth's enamel. If this is the main thing you drink, your teeth could become so badly damaged that they begin to become painful and may even be lost.

If you want hydration that is safe for you and your teeth, you should create your own mixture. There are dozens of recipes online that can be used to help you remain hydrated after long workouts or intense exercise. Many of them use coconut milk, which is a great hydration tool. Then, you pick the flavors you like most, and from there, you create the perfect hydration tool for you.

Don't drink sports drinks at the wrong times. When you do drink them, make sure that you drink it as quickly as you can, wait the appropriate 30 minutes after drinking, and then brush right away.

That way, you minimize the damage done to your teeth. Find out more about the dangers of sports drinks from your dentist. They can show you if your teeth are already suffering the effects of drinking too many acidic sports drinks.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call us at (503) 968-6101 today.

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Call our Bull Mountain location at (503) 968-6101, our Bridgeport location at (503) 906-8600, or use our easy online scheduling form to set up your next visit quickly. On behalf of every dentist and team member at Total Health Dental, we look forward to helping you brighten the world with your smile.


Dr. Joel Fast
Dr. Rod Johnson


Bull Mountain (503) 968-6101

11815 SW King James Pl. #10
Tigard, OR 97224



Dr. John Holland


Bridgeport (503) 906-8600

18035 SW Lower Boones Ferry Rd.
Tigard, OR 97224


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