Rochester Cosmetic Dentist Warns Patients- Beware Of Sugars In

Press-Releases ROCHESTER HILLS, MI – Dr. Phyllis Indianer, dentist in Rochester, informs patients to limit their consumptions of high sugar beverages such as soda, energy drinks, flavored coffee, Lattes and other drinks. This dentist in Rochester Hills, MI, is taking steps to educate patients that consuming carbonated beverages, fruit juice and highly acidic foods every day may be harming their teeth more than they realize. For many people, it’s hard to avoid the urge to drink sugar filled soda, or other beverages. Many people will grab a pop, or iced tea instead of water. Pop doesn’t just contain empty calories, but it also contains sugars that can harm enamel, which is the protective shell around your teeth. According to the Academy of General Dentistry, over time, exposing dental enamel to carbonated beverages and non-carbonated canned ice tea weakens and permanently destroys enamel. "When you are tired at work, don’t go for the sugar-filled energy drink or coffee, try other alternatives. Drinking soda through a straw may help in reducing the amount of soda that comes into direct contact with your teeth, but it is best to avoid soda and other sugar-filled beverages altogether," urged Dr. Indianer, Rochester cosmetic dentist. Additionally, this Rochester dentist informs patients that the most common quick fix breakfast scenario of a doughnut and coffee can lengthen a patient’s time spent in the dental chair. The amount of sugar and cream in a coffee can also have a direct effect on the amount of cavity-causing bacteria. Sugar that is found in coffee can find them etched into the pits and grooves of the tooth enamel, producing a rough, stained surface. Dr. Indianer, dentist in Rochester, concludes that patients can improve their oral health and reduce the risk of developing periodontal disease by eating a well-balanced diet that is based on the well-known food pyramid. This family dentist in Rochester recommends eating a variety of foods from the five major food groups – grains, fruit, vegetables, milk and meat. From family dentistry to emergency dental care, Dr. Indianer, Rochester emergency dentist, and her experienced team of dental professionals are equipped to handle the dental needs for patients of all ages. Dr. Indianer’s warning to patients to avoid sugars in beverages is further proof of her knowledge and commitment to providing exceptional dental health care by preventing damage to teeth. About Dr. Phyllis R. Indianer, DDS, PLC: Dr. Phyllis Indianer has been a dentist in Rochester Hills for over 25 years. After receiving her Bachelors and Dental degrees from the University of Michigan, she was a member of the faculty at the University of Pittsburgh for two years as an instructor in the Department of Oral Diagnosis. Accompanying Dr. Indianer is Dr. Dawn Diesing, cosmetic dentist in Rochester. Together they are committed to infection control and the use of local dental laboratories. Remaining on the cutting edge of technological advances and education, Dr. Indianer and Dr. Diesing are committed to providing patients with the best in quality dental care. Media Contact: Dr. Phyllis Indianer [email protected] [dot]net 1423 Walton Blvd. Rochester Hills, MI 48309 (248) 651-1555 ..indianerdentistry[dot]. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: