Is Vinegar Bad for Your Teeth?

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Vinegar can be bad for your teeth, as it can erode the enamel, especially in teenagers. However, apple cider vinegar contains potassium, which your body needs to prevent tooth decay. It can also help take care of plaque that builds up on teeth.
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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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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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1. Grow more confident in your personal image! That will help you ignore your teeth better. Look in the mirror, count out all your good features. Learn to love yourself! Ad. 2. Talk
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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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