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fillings in front teeth? MamaOf2BlueEyedCuties Due February 22 (boy); TTC since May 2014; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Lebo, Kansas 2565 posts
status 8th Jun '12

anyone ever got or heard of someone getting fillings in their front teeth? the dentist told me its cause i drink too much pop but seems like the less pop i drink the worse my teeth get. i havent drank pop since i found out i was pregnant with my son and he is now a month old and still havent drank any but yet i seem to have gotten more damn holes in my teeth. i brush my teeth regularly so idk what the deal is.

Megan 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Prince Frederick, Maryland 2550 posts
8th Jun '12

I have fillings in my front teeth. When I was younger I wouldn't drink anything but mountain dew and it really destroyed my teeth. Nothing stopped the cavities from getting worse until they were filled.

Aribean 1 child; California 11400 posts
8th Jun '12
Quoting Isabella&Brantley'sMommy:" anyone ever got or heard of someone getting fillings in their front teeth? the dentist told me its cause ... [snip!] ... havent drank any but yet i seem to have gotten more damn holes in my teeth. i brush my teeth regularly so idk what the deal is."


yes you can get fillings in your front teeth and this is caused by years of damage accumulating. You may think you're teeth are getting worse because your not drinking soda..but what else are you drinking to replace soda? Any high sugar drinks can damage teeth, brushing is just ne part of dental care. Flossing is what you need to do and on a regular. That will keep plaque build up down,which keep your gums healthy. Healthy gums,healthy teeth. The pop eats away at your tooth enamel making teeth very brittle.

♥K + G Due August 27 (boy); 1 child; d***o, 33084 posts
8th Jun '12

I have fillings in my front teeth. Pregnancy really does a number on your teeth. Now that I quit drinking pop and am not pregnant or recently pregnant I still get cavities really easy, but not near as easy as I used to.

MamaOf2BlueEyedCuties Due February 22 (boy); TTC since May 2014; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Lebo, Kansas 2565 posts
status 8th Jun '12

that mio stuff has become a best friend of mine along with the surgar free flavor packets that you add to water. along with juices such as apple and orange mostly orange though lol i freakin love it for some reason.

Aribean 1 child; California 11400 posts
8th Jun '12
Quoting Isabella&Brantley'sMommy:" that mio stuff has become a best friend of mine along with the surgar free flavor packets that you add ... [snip!] ... that you add to water. along with juices such as apple and orange mostly orange though lol i freakin love it for some reason."


be careful with a lot of OJ because it has huh acidity and sugar with can also damage your teeth ;)

♥K + G Due August 27 (boy); 1 child; d***o, 33084 posts
8th Jun '12
Quoting Isabella&Brantley'sMommy:" that mio stuff has become a best friend of mine along with the surgar free flavor packets that you add ... [snip!] ... that you add to water. along with juices such as apple and orange mostly orange though lol i freakin love it for some reason."


sugar free usually has artificial sugar thats just as bad if not worse, honestly i drink milk and water with very very occasional soda and my teeth are improving a lot.

wilde_mommy 4 kids; Columbus, Ohio 3459 posts
8th Jun '12

You very well can get fillings in your front teeth. I had a cavity on the back of one of my front teeth and it was fairly deep so my dentist opted for a root canal and crown. The process was longer but I don't have to worry about the filling coming out or anything.



Do you drink a lot of juice? Juice especially orange can be just as bad as pop if not worse on your teeth. Unless it's water try drinking everything out of a straw.