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Much has been written about the detrimental effects of soda against dental health. High fructose corn syrup and acidic carbonation act in unison to provide a fuel source for pathogenic microbes and lowered pH triggering demineralization in dental enamel. This unfortunate effect hasn’t eroded our love for carbonated beverages… until now.

Before you run out to buy the latest Keurig Cold; a device that manufactures your favourite carbonated beverage just like Keurig Hot 2.0 prepares your favourite cuppa joe, Researcher Hiromi Nakamura, just might be able to help you have your cake and eat it too. Her device works two ways. Firstly for food: to increase the perception of saltiness for food. Secondly for drinks: to deliver a sensation of carbonation. So imagine, no more carbonation – at least a lowered pH from carbonic acid is eliminated while providing a whole new taste experience! Check out the investigative video in HD:

If you are having difficulty chewing your food and realizing the full taste sensations of sweet, sour, salt, umami, bitter or are interested how we can deliver an electrifying experience at your next dental visit, give the Barrie dentist and Orillia Dentist at Georgian Dental® Barrie and Georgian Dental® Orillia a call. For Orillia, call 705-325-1765. For Barrie, call 705-739-6725. Are you one of the 70% of adults in North America with a dental disability? We have a solution that will turn the tide and get you back to enjoying your food, living longer with Georgian Dental®’s unique approach to holistic dentistry for whole body health. We’ll help you Get your Smile in Style!®

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