Posted on October 28, 2020 | Hot Topics
Let’s address the elephant in the room: yes, excessive sugar in a diet will cause tooth decay. This has been a known fact for many years now, but there are other factors that can contribute to tooth decay and deterioration. So, what are these other factors, and what does a diet that’s healthy for your child’s gut and for his teeth look like?
Other surprising factors that lead to progression in tooth decay
The “good list”
No parent is going to get it right all of the time. We all have great intentions, and sometimes life can make the follow-through difficult. Just do your best to keep your child’s teeth healthy, and teach them the importance of maintaining healthy oral habits!
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