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Can drinking hawthorne tea cause tooth decay?

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In brief: Tea and decay

It depends on the sugar and acid content of the tea, also extreme temperatures cause expansion and contraction that can cause small fractures that can lead to decay.
Get an evaluation from a dentist to see how your teeth are doing now.

In brief: Tea and decay

It depends on the sugar and acid content of the tea, also extreme temperatures cause expansion and contraction that can cause small fractures that can lead to decay.
Get an evaluation from a dentist to see how your teeth are doing now.
Dr. Abraham Jaskiel
Dr. Abraham Jaskiel
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In brief: No Unless..

No, unless it is highly acidic!

In brief: No Unless..

No, unless it is highly acidic!
Dr. Fernando Juliao
Dr. Fernando Juliao
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Dr. Kayvon Javid
Dentistry

In brief: Depends

Hawthorn is a plant.
The leaves, berries, and flowers of hawthorn are used to make medicine and tea. If these product contain too much sugar than they may cause cavities otherwise they are unrelated.

In brief: Depends

Hawthorn is a plant.
The leaves, berries, and flowers of hawthorn are used to make medicine and tea. If these product contain too much sugar than they may cause cavities otherwise they are unrelated.
Dr. Kayvon Javid
Dr. Kayvon Javid
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