Protect your teeth from pain, sensitivity, and staining
Do you like to have an orange juice in the morning? Or a nice refreshing soft drink at lunch? How about a glass of wine, coffee, or tea? You may not realise it, but all of these drinks are very acidic and can demineralise the surface of your teeth on contact, making the enamel soft and prone to damage and staining.
To maintain the brightness of your teeth and reduce the damage to your protective teeth enamel, Dentists recommend rinsing your mouth with tap water and to avoid brushing your teeth for at least 30 minutes after consuming coffee and orange juice—two likely morning culprits of erosion and tooth sensitivity. The same is true for every other beverage listed above. This is because acidic beverages soften the enamel on your teeth, and brushing them in this vulnerable state is like taking a wire brush to china.
So remember, brushing is good, but rinse those nasty acids off first before cleaning!