Too many children experience the pain and discomfort of tooth decay. Not only does this cause difficulties eating, smiling and sleeping, this sometimes results in teeth being removed under general anaesthetic. Latest figures from Public Health England (PHE) reveal a child in England has a rotten tooth removed in hospital every ten minutes. That’s almost 40,000 a year.
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- What is tooth decay?
- What are the signs of tooth decay?
- What you should do if you think your child has tooth decay?
- How can tooth decay be prevented?