Study: Drinking between meals may exacerbate dental erosion
from Dental Tribune
Rising consumption of sugary and acidic drinks has been found to be a key factor in the development and progression of dental erosion among children and adolescents. However, new research from the University of Bergen indicates that, in addition to the amount consumed daily, when and the way in which soft drinks are consumed affects progression of erosive wear.
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