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The focus of Dental Health Week 2020 is on choosing foods and drinks which are low in sugar. The focus of Dental Health Week 2020 is on choosing foods and drinks which are low in sugar.

Dentists set their sights on sugar

Australian dentists are warning people about sugar consumption this Dental Health Week, August 3-9.

One 600-millilitre bottle of soft drink contains 16 teaspoons of sugar, more than twice the recommended daily sugar intake for adults, and this can have a terrible impact on people’s teeth.

“Tooth decay is a diet-related disease that commonly develops in response to our consumption of sugar,” an Australian Dental Association spokesperson said.

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