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Baby Dental – Children who have Asthma

Friday, Mar. 5th 2021 8:39 AM

Children who have Asthma may have a high risk of having more Cavities. According to a Brazilian study with included 160 Children ages 3 – 15, children with asthma had higher levels of S. mutans. Those with a longer history of asthma tended to have higher levels of these bacteria. The study did not find that levels of S. mutans were linked with asthma drugs or other treatments. Researchers also did not find a link between higher levels of S. mutans and more tooth decay

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