Excess alcohol on a regular basis can put your oral health at risk. There are numerous dangers associated with excessive drinking and it is important to highlight three scenarios so that you can make the appropriate lifestyle changes before any real damage occurs.
Alcohol dehydrates the body, and lower level of saliva increases the chances of developing cavities.
Alcohol consumption has been linked to gum disease.
Alcohol is acidic and therefore has a tendency to erode the enamel of your teeth.
Check out why it is important to reduce your drinking — and regularly see a dentist: