Sugar Has Negative Effect on Oral Health and Overall Well-being


Both parents and young children are unaware of the amount of sugar in common beverages. Fizzy drinks contain the highest amounts of sugar and cause tooth decay.

Key takeaways:


The introduction of a sugar tax on soft drinks would have clear benefits to the oral health of children between 11 and 18 years old.

Tighter regulation around price, availability and marketing of sports drinks to children will safeguard their general and dental health.

Oral health should be tackled in the same breath as overall health since it affects children’s overall well-being, confidence, mental health and life chances.

The most important message dentists can give parents is to remember that it is not just the amount of sugar children eat or drink that causes tooth decay, but how often they have sugary foods and drinks.

Read the full story here

https://www.bda.org/dentists/policy-campaigns/public-health-science/public-health/sugar


For further information or advice contact College Street Dental Centre in Petersfield, Hampshire on 01730 263180

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