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I Put My Tooth In A Bottle Of Coke For A Week Here Is What Happened

Updated on March 23, 2018

About a week ago I had a tooth extracted at the dentist. The tooth had been broken years ago and had started to give me a bit of grief lately so I decided to have it pulled out.After I had the tooth extracted the dentist asked if I would like to take the tooth home with me. I agreed as I was already planning to do an experiment with it where I would put it into a bottle of Coca Cola for a week and see what happened to it. Below is a picture of my tooth before it was put into the bottle of coke.As you can see there isn't a lot left to the tooth but the roots are all intact which is pretty much the same thing.

My Tooth Before The Coke Experiment

So I went ahead and put the tooth into the bottle of coke. I left it for a week and here is a photo of what the tooth looked like after it had been left in the bottle of coca cola for 1 week.

Conclusion

As you can see the color of the tooth is quite dark. I guess because it was sitting in the bottle of Coca Cola for a week it got stained by the coke. I was able to scratch some of this off however I was not able to remove all of it. The other thing I noticed was that the roots were quite soft which I don't remember them being like before I did the experiment. I am getting another tooth extracted next week so I will check then to see how soft the roots are. Also don't forget to check out my video below if you would like to see the complete experiment. Thanks for checking out my article and don't forget to share it on your social media pages if you found it interesting. Don't forget that I also plan on leaving this tooth in the bottle of coca cola for the following year. If you want to see how this goes go ahead and subscribe to my YouTube channel. That way you can stay up to date with the experiment. I may also have a look at it after a month and after 6 months as well

The Tooth After 1 Month

Like I said I am going to keep checking the tooth every now and then. A month has passed since I first put the tooth into the bottle of coca cola so I decided to get it out today to see how it is. Now it is very very black and it is quite hard to scratch this off.Here is a video of it below.

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