Well, some people think it does, because of the acids in soda (that make it fizz). However! You will be really glad to know that a food scientist tested this myth, and though soda does affect your teeth, it doesn't do enough damage to ruin your teeth as long as you take care of them. :)
(By the way, he dropped a brand new penny into a full cup of Coke and let it sit for 5 days, the penny came out clean, and undamaged. whoot!)
You can put a tooth in soda and it will be gone in about a day.
General rule of thumb: Drink more water.
uhm yea . its the brand called, Coka Cola.
All, it the acid in the soda the rot's your teeth
soda effects your teeth because the sugar just digs into your teeth.
Yes, Soda is bad if you drink to much of it and it can ruin your teeth. Juice is better for your teeth than soda.
well, soda rots the enamel of your teeth, causing cavities to be easier made. and it makes your teeth yellower.
vinegar and baking soda affects gas
your teeth :) but it will take a LOT of soda
I believe it was a study on the health affects of drinking soda. You should not drink soda at all as it's linked to cancer and all sorts of problems. Try some all natural sodas like Sierra Mist Natural
They just SPOIL your teeth if you keep it on for a long time.To answer your question, baking soda.
The pictures rot just like the teeth will rot. I think the question needs to be rephrased to "How does soda affect teeth?" or "Why does soda affect teeth in pictures?"
Teeth rot in soda because of the acidity level of soda. Colas are only one level different from that of battery acid.
cream soda is the worst