BIG BAD Cavities

Reagan, Lisa
July 2002
Mothering;Jul/Aug2002, Issue 113, p38
Focuses on the cause of early childhood dental caries. Effects of bottle-fed liquids on baby's teeth; Citation on the possible contribution of mother's saliva; Influence of genetic history of tooth decay. INSET: Investigating Risk Factors for ECC.


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