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6 Things You Do That Are Destroying Your Teeth

There are many surefire ways to destroy your teeth, but since chewing on rocks and other hard objects probably isn’t a temptation for you, we’ve put together this infographic to help you avoid ruining your teeth with products that actually are enticing.

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Bobby Macey

Bobby Macey is a marketer and writer by trade. He’s been published nationally and writes on myriad topics—particularly healthy living.