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Children’s Tooth Decay is Almost Entirely Preventable

Mother and Daughter Brushing TeethIn Australia, 33% of children will have developed tooth decay by the age of six. That percentage jumps to almost 50% by the time children reach the age of nine or ten. Fortunately, this is preventable in most cases by following a few simple measures. This article found at The Sydney Morning Herald does a great job summing up the issue, why it’s important to address and some of the simple steps you can follow to prevent tooth decay before it starts, rather than treat it afterward.

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