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June 2020
• Foods to Eat Regularly for Healthier Teeth
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• Bottled Water May Result in More Cavities


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Bottled Water May Result in More Cavities
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In case you are wondering whether or not your tooth could decay from drinking bottled water, then let's clear one thing up. Water cannot cause your tooth to decay, however lack of fluoride may. Bottled water does not contain fluoride, which is why a number of children drinking bottled water end up having tooth decay. While fluoride is a common ingredient found in adult toothpaste, it's usually skipped when making children's toothpaste.

There are a number of foods that have fluoride content in them so you could always include fluoride rich content in your diet and prevent cavities. In case you suspect anyone in your family having cavities, contact our office and our team will check them.



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