Cavity Prevention | Are They Contagious?

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Did you know that cavities are contagious, and that to promote cavity prevention it’s important not to spread the bacteria that causes them? In this video, Dr. Emily Hahn provides tips on how to avoid spreading cavity-causing bacteria to your child’s mouth. Also, she goes over other ways to prevent children’s cavities and encourage your child to brush.

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