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Many parents try and limit the amount of soda their child drinks, but sports drinks can be just as harmful to their children’s  teeth.  Most sports drinks are quite acidic (pH 3-4) and if taken to excess, may lead to dental erosion and demineralization. One study found that 57% of 11-14 year-old’s had evidence of some dental erosion.

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