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Focus on Protecting Kids' Pearly Whites
February 2018 | Issue No. 165
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Many parents assume that cavities in baby teeth don't matter because they'll be lost anyway. But that's not true. Dental decay in baby teeth can negatively affect permanent teeth and lead to future dental problems.

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