Is there a difference?
There are two types of Vitamin C available today - natural and synthetic. How do we tell which is which? When Vitamin C is dissolved in a glass of water and a stirring stick is placed in the solution the apparent 'bend' of the stirring stick will tell you. If the stirring stick 'bends' towards the right then it is called dextro and given the letter 'd'. If the stirring stick bends towards the left it is given the term 'levro'.
In the case of 'Vitamin C, the stirring stick that 'bends' to the right is synthetic and the stirring stick that turns to the left is natural.
What difference would it make if you were to consume the synthetic Vitamin C? The synthetic Vitamin C has an affinity for the enamel on your teeth.