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Acid: Acid demineralizes the enamel matrix of the teeth causing tooth decay.
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Lactic acid: The bacteria convert the sugars we eat into lactic acid and causing tooth decay.
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Bacteria: Biofilms are collections of bacteria. If they are sitting on your teeth in the form of plaque, they are busy converting the sugar in your food to eros ... Read More
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Home for bacteria: Biofilms are a sticky coating that adheres to the teeth in which bacteria live and grow. The bacteria produce acids which are the primary cause of too ... Read More
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NO! you're off track: Magnetic resonance imaging has nothing to do with tooth decay, it is just a way of detecting where water molecules are distributed with in the body. ... Read More
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