Peter Griffin posted in acid • enamel • health • pH • tooth decay on June 28th, 2010.
Lois Cairns writes in the Sunday Star Times about the damage being caused to children’s teeth by sugar-free, but highly acidic, foods. Doctors are warning that while sugar is still the most important factor in tooth decay, highly acidic sugar-free foods are capable of stripping tooth enamel – a process which can’t be reversed. An […]
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