It’s a cavity conundrum. In the morning, you brush with fluoridated toothpaste and swish with antiseptic mouthwash. In the evening, you brush and floss. You may even go the extra mile to scrape the film off your tongue every day. And you definitely visit the dentist every six months to ensure your “chiclets” are in top form. But wait. What? A cavity? Why? What causes some people to have cavities while others don't?
Also in This Issue:
- Taking Your Bad Breath Away
- Oral Health Crossword Puzzle
- A "Pain" in the Mouth: Mouth Sores
- Canning Tooth Decay