If Your Teeth Could Ask for Drinks, The Top 3 Would Be These

Have you ever really thought about what you’re drinking and how it affects your body? From water to sodas, juice to alcohol, everything you consume has some effect.

Some of these drinks are healthy and helpful for your body, while others are not. Some that you may think are healthy can have some pretty unhealthy ingredients. If your teeth could talk, here are the three drinks they would ask for.


There’s no other drink as healthy as water. It contains nothing negative at all. It helps rinse out your mouth, removing the bacteria that cause cavities. If you’re drinking water that has been fortified with fluoride (i.e., city water from the tap), it’s even more beneficial because it will help strengthen your teeth. Water has no calories and will help your body remain hydrated.


Tea can be a tricky drink. Some teas do have detrimental effects on your teeth. Black tea, for example, can stain your teeth. Some other teas contain caffeine, and even healthy teas can be bad for you if you add a lot of sugar. On the upside, some teas are very beneficial to your teeth. Green tea, for example, has been found to decrease the risk of gum disease and other oral health issues.

Coconut Water

Coc coconut water is a good option if you feel like you need a bit of flavoring in your water. It helps keep you hydrated and replaces lost electrolytes. When it comes to your mouth, coconut water helps remove the bacteria that cause cavities and gum disease. It also contains antioxidants and contains very few calories.

Do you have any questions about what your drinks are doing to your teeth? Give us a call today to discuss them.