If you are having separation anxiety from your sugary beverages, try a tooth brushing and tongue scraping after enjoying them to avoid decay.
Does a horse get teeth cavities from eating sugary foods or treats?
No. Hamsters are best kept away from sugary foods because it rots there teeth and they don't brush their teeth like humans!
dentists tell us not to eat sugary foods so that are teeth don't fall out and so that the sugary foods don't form plaque and decay are teeth.
dentists tell us not to eat sugary foods so that are teeth dont fall out and so that the sugary foods dont form plaque and decay are teeth. Sincerly TC123321
I do believe it is coffee.
sweets sugary sweets
Only consuming lots of sugary acidic foods and not brushing teeth regularly will damage them
it can yes, but it is just like our teeth, if they have too much it will, but its OK to have sugary treats occasionally.
Any sugary drink, especially soda, can rot teeth over a prolonged period of use.
They are likely to rot.
Sugary drinks such as coke, lemonade, juice
It will rot your teeth
Moderate to high intake of any sugary beverage can contribute to obesity.
It sure can! The horse will get cavities in its teeth if you feed it too many sugary treats.
brush your teeth at least twice a day with a toothbrush and a toothpaste that contains fluoride and avoid sugary food and drinks
Yes, this is possible.
because if you dont brush your you'll have a cavity
Too many sugary foods is bad but once in a while is ok. Most food is ok for your teeth.
If you feed a horse alot of sugary treats, yes. One or two is OK once in a while though.
yes on howrse yes