A breakthrough in prevention of tooth decays; lollipops

A breakthrough in prevention of tooth decays; lollipops

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Tooth decay is a contagious and infectious disease and it is transmitted to child from parents first.

Xylitol affects st. mutans directly, which is responsible of tooth decay and play an important role in prevention of caries. Lollipops which just got into the market as a protective system against caries, is a simple and efficient method. The bacteria which form caries infects people in childhood and xylitol containing mouth wiping cloths and gargles are ideal applications for prevention of caries in childhood ages. You can get detailed information from our clinics for personal caries prevention program.

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