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Re: Tooth decay, how long does it take?
Tracy Ford wrote:
> Yes this does have to do with dinosaurs.
> I don't think dinosaurs had decaying teeth because they were constantly
> being replaced.
> I want to know if any one on the dinonet knows how long it takes teeth
> to decay. I know infants, kids, teenagers and adult humans get tooth
> decay, and mammals get tooth decay, but what about the reptilia?
> IMHO it has a lot to do with what is artifically put in our food. I
> know of severial cases of prehistoric man that has tooth decay as well
> as mammals, as well as with the teeth not being replaced and just
> roting away.
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