|| Okay, time for a pop quiz: If a mother
chews gum, will her child have more or less tooth decay than a child
whose mom doesn’t chew gum?
Believe it or not, the child whose mother chews gum might have less tooth
A recent study by Finnish researchers showed that 5-year-olds of mothers
who chewed certain gums had 70% less tooth decay than kids whose
mothers did not chew the gum. How is this possible?
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PDC Press Inc. Announces a Breakthrough
in Cavity Prevention
"Cavity Busters Kit" Allows Dentists to Help Keep Kids Cavity Free
Buffalo, NY, May 24, 2001 - - According to the U.S. Surgeon
Generals Executive Summary on Oral Health released in May 2000,
tooth decay is the single most common chronic disease in children.
The report also stresses the importance of oral health as a key
part of total health.
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Gum disease and tooth cavities are two of the most widespread diseases
on earth. They effect between 50% and 99% of every community worldwide.
World Health Organization
A recent study found that almost 60% of American children younger than 18
did not have an annual visit to the dentist.