This is something you would probably not expect to hear. The truth, unfortunately, is that juices contain too much sugar. When we drink them the sugars convert into acids which in turn damage teeth. Drinking juices is not as healthy as eating fruit. When you eat fruit, you at least consume fiber. While drinking juices you consume sugars only. You might say that juices are full of minerals, vitamins and nutrients. That’s true, but there are much safer sources to get vitamins than juices.
The hint: Use a straw to drink juices so that the liquid could not get in contact with your tooth enamel. Do not brush your teeth immediately after drinking your juice – the problem is that your tooth enamel becomes too soft and vulnerable. Wait at least 40 minutes and clean your teeth when they are no longer sensitive.