Chances are that when your chest is burning with pain after a meal, you're not thinking about your teeth. Unfortunately, that doesn't mean that no damage is being done to them. If you have frequent heartburn or another digestive gastric acid reflux issue, your teeth may be at risk of significant harm. Here's how.
Most people who have frequent heartburn have a form of gastric reflux. This is a syndrome where the stomach acid doesn't stay in the stomach where it belongs and instead migrates back up your esophagus.