sugary food. junk food. sticky food.
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Sugary and high in caffeine drinks, for instance, soda(coca cola)
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Tooth decay is caused by too much sugar in food and drinks. It is also caused by microorganisms from food. They live in your mouth, the longer they stay, the more tooth decay!
The Bacteria which causes tooth decay is Streptococcus mutan.
No it does't!
acids cause tooth decay u can prevent from drinking acidy drinks
Yes, sugar is one of the leading causes of tooth decay. It is very important to brush your teeth after every meal to avoid tooth decay.
When you eat food it builds up and you dont brush u will get tooth decay
Tooth decay is not caused by a microbe. Yet, the more sugar we eat the more chance of our teeth rotting.
When you gag, this causes the teeth and gums to be touched by stomach acids. The acid causes the teeth enamel to wear away thus causing tooth decay.
Its not a an acid but a Bactria called plauqe.
Sodas, Pop drinks, etc.
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it sticks which causes tooth decay.
Bacteria that populate the mouth metabolize simple carbohydrates (sugar) and produce the acid that causes tooth decay. Reducing the bacteria by effective and frequent brushing and flossing can reduce tooth decay. Limiting intake of sugar will also reduce decay. There is also a growing body of research that indicates xylitol as a sugar substitute may also be effective in reducing tooth decay.
An infection at the root of the tooth or between the gum and the tooth. commonly caused by severe tooth decay, gingivitis, and gum disease
Your teeth are part of your digestive system. Tooth decay weakens a tooth and affects the way a person bites and chews food.
Sugar is food for plaque-residing bacteria colonies. They convert the sugar into acid that corrodes toothenamel, causing tooth decay.
Heal your cavities with real food. Go to a dentist, Treatment of caries depends on the extent of the decay.
Rot and decomposition are words for decay. Another word for tooth decay is cavity. Cavities happen as a result of the production of acid by bacterial fermentation of food debris accumulated on the tooth surface.
which element present in our toothpaste protects out tooth from the tooth decay?
Food particles that settle on or between the teeth which are not removed by brushing will start to degrade the enamel of the tooth causing decay. Also, to much sugar or alcohol can also cause tooth damage.
Biological decay by bacteria or fungi (e.g. tooth decay, moldy food, breakdown of rocks by lichen, dry rot).