Sugar Shield

By  August 11, 2009

crestWe should feel proud of ourselves when we choose juice over soda, but of course there are consequences. (Is ANYTHING that’s tasty good for you?!) Recent studies have shown that acid in juices, teas, and energy drinks have harmful effects on teeth. (What’s next? Water causing cavities?) We can’t really avoid acidic beverages for the rest of our lives just to protect our pearly whites from turning yellow—after all, orange juice is American breakfast staple.

Perfect timing for Crest to introduce its new toothpaste—Crest Pro-Health Enamel Shield toothpaste. It contains Stannous Fluoride to bind to enamel, which creates a shield against acid. When you’re done brushing, take a swig of Crest Pro-Health Enamel Shield rinse for added protection. Now you can enjoy your favorite drinks without having to worry about damaging your teeth. What a relief!

Visit Crest.com for info on where to buy!

xx, Arielle Sobov