Does High Calcium Milk Make Teeth Porous
Hello, thank you for the question to HealthReplies.com
Consuming high calcium milk will not cause brittle or brittle teeth. Research shows that most people do not get enough calcium from their daily food and drinks. High calcium milk is made to meet the body's daily calcium needs. The body that does not get enough calcium will take (absorb) calcium from bones and teeth so that this chronic calcium deficiency will later make bones and teeth become porous and more fragile.
Porous or brittle teeth can be caused by something else besides lack of calcium intake. The most common cause is poor dental care (for example the presence of cavities or broken teeth that are not managed properly, buildup of tartar, etc.). If indeed your mother feels her teeth become porous or fragile, you should recommend that your mother do a dental check-up. However, given the current corona virus pandemic, it is recommended that dental examinations be postponed until conditions improve. For now, just make sure that your mother brushes her teeth more carefully so as not to break her teeth, eat foods that are not hard and not sticky, and chew food more carefully.
So much information from me, hopefully enough answer