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Even Infants Without Teeth Develop Cavity-Causing Bacteria
Even Infants Without Teeth Develop Cavity-Causing Bacteria

It has been thought that infection-causing bacteria develops in the mouth during early childhood, or at the earliest, when infants start developing teeth (usually around 4-6 months). However, a new study from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and two research ...

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Blog posts in August, 2011

  • Lollipops…CAN Reduce Tooth Decay?

    Afraid to let your kids eat too much candy and rot their teeth? Well, according to the European Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, sugar-free lollipops ...

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  • Is Teeth Whitening Safe?

    There’s not a person among us who doesn’t wish to have whiter teeth. Many factors contribute to not-so-white teeth, including medications, foods we ...

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  • Think Teeth Whitening is Dangerous? Try Orange Juice

    Many avoid home teeth whitening treatments or even professional teeth whitening treatments, as it has been largely touted that such methods contain ...

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  • What’s the Difference Between Types of Dental Floss?

    As one walks down the dental hygiene aisle of any grocery store or pharmacy, you are instantly treated to a wide variety of toothbrushes, toothpaste, ...

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