Sugar-sweetened beverages again linked to erosion
A new study has again linked sugar-sweetened beverage consumption to dental erosion. The authors of the Journal of the American Dental Association study found that Mexican adolescents who regularly drank sweet, carbonated drinks had significantly more erosive tooth wear. The study is just the latest in a series that has repeatedly linked sugar-sweetened and carbonated beverages to tooth decay.
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