Daily juice drinking can wreck havoc on your teeth. A simple morning glass of orange juice can cause a huge spike in acid in the mouth. This acid spike causes the enamel to wear away. The sugar in juice also causes cavities.
Apple juice, orange juice, grape juice, ice tea, Kool aid and more can all cause this problem.
That is why the new paediatric suggestions advise to avoid giving a child under 2 any juice. And once they are over 2 to limit the amount of juice children consume. High juice consumption in children paired with more frequent meals, and snacks can cause multiple cavities in a young child. This does not set them up for dental success.
An occasional glass of juice is acceptable but try to avoid drinking juice daily. And really try to avoid giving your child juice at all. If you can replace it with water your teeth will be happier