What are the effects of vinegar on teeth?

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Vinegar is a type of acetic acid. This type of acid removes calcium from the enamel, which forms the outer cover of the teeth. When calcium is removed, the teeth start decaying.
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Vinegar is an organic acid (acetic acid) Acids are involved in the formation of caries (dental decay) by demineralizing (removing calcium from) the enamel that makes-up the outer
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Vinegar will de-calcify teeth or remove the calcium from the tooth making it
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1. Brush your teeth with regular, non-whitening toothpaste. You don't want to mix chemicals in a whitening toothpaste with the whitening power of white vinegar and overload your tooth
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In China it's very popular to make a soy sauce and vinegar dip sauce if you like sour taste. This is actually great if you want to loose weight. When we make fried dumplings, we dip
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