UK: CSDs "treble" tooth erosion in teenagers

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 12 March 2004

UK dentists have warned that soft drinks considerably increase the risks of tooth erosion in teenagers. In a report published in the British Dental Journal, it was found that fizzy soft drinks increases the risk of tooth erosion in a 14-year-old by three times.

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UK dentists have warned that soft drinks considerably increase the risks of tooth erosion in teenagers. In a report published in the British Dental Journal, it was found that fizzy soft drinks increases the risk of tooth erosion in a 14-year-old by three times.

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