Soda Pop and your teeth
There are acids in all carbonated drinks. There are normally multiple powerful acids added to the drink. When you sip these between meals, you coat the teeth with those acids immediately. Twenty minutes later your helpful bacteria inside your mouth eat- digest - and then excrete more acids on your teeth. The decay rate is exponentially higher when drinking any of the carbonated beverages or any of the juices due to the citric acid content in citrus fruits and drinks.
Your best way to combat the decay is to drink ONLY water between meals.