Ammar Idlibi – Foods and Drinks You Should Avoid

Ammar Idlibi, a pediatric dentist in Connecticut, created a children’s fruit drink that is sugar free and artificial sweetener free. He cares about his patients and he works hard to keep children’s teeth healthy and strong. Sugar can be very dangerous for teeth, and it is important to limit the amount of sugary foods and beverages you consume. There are several foods and drinks that you should avoid in general.

Sugary drinks can seriously damage your teeth. Soda is a commonly consumed beverage that is harmful to teeth and health. Soda is a carbonated beverage that is filled with sugar. These sticky sugars adhere to your teeth every time you take a sip. That sugar feeds the bacteria in your mouth and causes plaque, cavities, and tooth decay.

You should also avoid consuming large amounts of citrus including lemonade, orange juice, and citrus fruits. In general, these are not bad for your health, however, citric acid can eat away at your enamel. If you do drink or consume citrus, try to brush your teeth immediately after so that the acids do not sit on your teeth.

You should eat candy in moderation. Candy is packed full of sugar and can damage your teeth. Eating a little bit of candy every now and then is okay, but always be sure to brush your teeth afterwards. Consuming candy in excess can lead to cavities and tooth decay. Ammar Idlibi is a knowledgeable and successful pediatric dentist. He always helps his patients by educating them about their teeth.

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About Ammar Idlibi

Ammar Idlibi is a pediatric dentist who is focused on keeping children healthy. He runs three large practices in Connecticut and he works with children on a regular basis. He educates his patients and their parents about proper oral hygiene. He also created a sweet drink for children that helps their teeth rather than harms them. He is dedicated to his career as a pediatric dentist.
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