- Aug 29, 2019
Hi, is it possible to avoid any teeth problems by following a good oral hygiene while eating anything (including foods that are not good for teeth like high sugar foods or citrus fruits)? I mean for example: WOULD HIGH SUGAR FOODS OR CITRUS FRUITS DO ANY DAMAGE TO YOUR ENAMEL IF YOU RINSE YOUR MOUTH WITH WATER OR MOUTHWASH AND TAKE A CHEWING GUM STRAIGHT AFTER YOUR MEAL? I wonder would sugar or acid damage your enamel during that short period of time while you eat (15-20min) until you rinse your mouth and remove food bits chewing gum? Thank you for any info.