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.
It's a leading cause of tooth decay.
They don't cause tooth decay, the way some food do, but any acidic food; lemons, limes, oranges, grapefruit, et.al, can eat away at the enamel, leading to dental difficulties.
Yes. In fact, microorganisms are the primary cause of tooth decay.
Chemotherapy can lead to stomatitis and increase the risk of tooth decay.
Anything with sugar can cause caries (decay). Sugar combines with bacteria in your mouth and saliva and becomes acidic. It causes enamel loss and decay. Sugar is the leading cause of tooth decay. In addition, the carbonation in such beverages can wear away tooth enamel.
If it is fizzy or a beer it will give a tooth decay.(if you drink too much)
no it doesnt
no not at all
It can cause tooth decay.
Yes. Anything with sugar in it (fructose is a kind of sugar) can cause tooth decay.
no it doesn't cause decay in adults
Nope, in fact it helps to cause tooth decay, because of all the sugar in it.
When you eat food it builds up and you dont brush u will get tooth decay
acids cause tooth decay u can prevent from drinking acidy drinks
The main microbe or bacteria associated with tooth decay is streptococcus mutans.
Medications do not typically 'cause' dental decay, however, some medications can cause a decrease in salivary production. Saliva is important in neutralizing acids that cause decay. Therefore, some medications can contribute to the incidence of tooth decay.
Dry mouth (xerostomia) from medications can lead to tooth decay. Lack of dexterity can also make toothbrushing and flossing more difficult. Root caries are very popular among the elderly.
No, it reduces it.
Not to all users, but it can.
The start of tooth decay is caused by two groups of bacteria Streptococcus Mutans and Lactobacillus.