Could a New Dental Treatment Wipe Out Cavities?

Cavities are as common as, say, the common cold, with the typical human mouth a seething pit of bacteria. Now, not all of this bacteria is "bad", in fact, some of it is even beneficial, but there is one group of big bad guys to be on the look out for called Streptococcus mutans. These nasty ones love to thrive on all the lovely sugars in your mouth while excreting lactic acid which is responsible for eroding away the enamel and dentin of your teeth. causing cavities to form.

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