tooth decay

  1. soft decayed area in a tooth; progressive decay can lead to the death of a tooth
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How To Use tooth decay In A Sentence

  • More than a quarter also have tooth decay. Times, Sunday Times
  • The advice was not restricted to the prevention of tooth decay.
  • Children from deprived areas are more likely to suffer tooth decay than those from better-off backgrounds.
  • If they are old enough, explain about tooth decay and why it's important to get back to healthy food. The Sun
  • ‘Along with fizzy drinks, sweets are the main cause of tooth decay which affects around half of children in the UK,’ he fumed.
  • Dental caries or tooth decay remains the single most common disease of childhood that is neither self-limiting nor amenable to short term medical treatment and yet is preventable.
  • When not removed, plaque causes tooth decay and gum disease.
  • Sugar, on its own, is not only tasty to us humans, but bacteria like it too - it can cause problems ranging from tooth decay to yeast infections, resulting from the growth of candida in the digestive tract.
  • Chewing gum can remove up to 100million bacteria in just ten minutes, reducing your risk of tooth decay. The Sun
  • According to Palatinit, the approval of isomaltulose as a non-cariogenic sweetener could lead to new opportunities for product development and specific dental health claims, such as "does not promote tooth decay" or "may reduce the risk of dental caries". FDA Approves New Sugar Substitute
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