There is a major dental health problem in the U.S., and healthcare professionals have not only been searching for a solution, but for the cause of this issue. While some Americans simply lack access to affordable dental care, others are suffering from tooth decay due to poor diet. Recently, The Dispatch, a North Carolina news source, published an article discussing the growing number of children in the area who are experiencing dental problems, and the potential causes behind it.
The information provider spoke to dentist Jerry Laws, who had a number of thoughts on what might be the culprit when it comes to poor dental health in children. According to the dentist, most aspects of a modern Western diet, which tends to be high in sugar, contributes to childhood tooth decay.
"A lack of insurance is a reason. Some people are out of work and without insurance, and some have to put off visits to the dentist … something that can't be helped," added Laws, quoted by the news source.
No one should skip the dentist because they do not have insurance. Fox Business recommends that people look into discount dental plans, with can cost less than half the annual premium of many insurance plans
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