If you've failed to heed your dentist's warnings about drinking too much soda, perhaps William Kennewell's story will sway you.
The self-confessed cola addict has lost every single one of his teeth at the tender age of 25.
Mr. Kennewell, a hotel hospitality worker, was warned repeatedly by his dentist that his level of soda consumption was rotting his pearly whites.
But the Australian native, who lives near Adelaide, refused to give up his favorite beverages and continued to drink up to eight litres of soda a day.
Now he has a full set of dentures, in addition to a bad case of blood poisoning.
"It started because I wasn’t a huge water fan and working in the hotel industry, I had easy access to Coke," he told the Adelaide Advertiser.
"Because my teeth were decaying so badly, it caused blood poisoning which just made me sick – but my health improved with the dentures."
Australian health experts are now using Mr. Kennewell's story as a warning to youngsters about why they should consume sweet drinks in moderation.
The average can of cola contains a whopping 39 grams of sugar.