Soft Drinks and Tooth Decay

The consequences of regular consumption of soft drinks on your dental health may be a little hard to swallow. Many school-aged children and teens today have come to consider drinking soda and other sugar-filled beverages to be a regular part of their daily routine. As a result, the dental community is seeing more evidence of tooth decay in young people. Soft drinks also provide large amounts of calories to kids, who already do not meet national dietary guidelines and are experiencing obesity in epidemic proportions.

Canning Tooth Decay


The Canning Tooth Decay brochure educates students, teachers, and parents on the effects that too much soda and other soft drinks can have on oral health.


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