Mountain Dew or Coca-Cola: Which Drink Rots Your Teeth Quickest?

By: Jon Corrigan

Everyone knows sugary drinks like Mountain Dew and Coca Cola have adverse effects on your dental health, but is one beverage worse than its counterpart?

On a guest episode of Tom Scott’s “Things you might not know” series, fellow science YouTuber Chase at Science C conducted an experiment solve exactly that.

In the video above, Chase places two of his sister’s molars in separate bottles of Mountain Dew and Coca-Cola, leaves them side by side for three weeks, then removes the teeth to measure the results.

The results? Find out for yourself.

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