Study says sugar-free gum could provide savings to dental healthcare costs
from University of Plymouth via Medical Xpress
The NHS could save £8.2 million a year on dental treatments – the equivalent to 364,000 dental check-ups - if all 12-year-olds across the U.K. chewed sugar-free gum after eating or drinking, thanks to the role it plays in helping to prevent tooth decay. So says a study involving researchers from Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry published in the British Dental Journal.
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