Will making really thick shakes with lots of ice end up messing up my teeth? Does chewing on ice have an effect on a persons teeth?
Yes. Your teeth will fall out if you do this for more than a week.
Replace the ice with OATS!
Last edited by buffzilla; 07-23-2004 at 03:55 PM.
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Your joking right, Is Ice really that bad?
lol...yeah, i'm joking. Oatmeal is good to add to shakes too, as buffZ said.
The only even remotely bad thing I've heard about ice is like, eating or drinking something really hot then having the shake with the ice in it. The apparent theory being the temperature difference could cause your teeth to crack through expansion/contraction. I don't know if that's true, but I do know it does a number on the nerves in the tooth causing some pain.
Last edited by TBone4Eva; 07-23-2004 at 04:08 PM.
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The substance would have to be so ridiculously hot that you couldn't consume it.Originally Posted by TBone4Eva
Anything that is hard is bad to chew. You can crack your teeth.
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