Why do children need Calcium for teeth

Date: 2016-11-04
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As you may know that calcium plays a crucial role in preventing bone loss but did you know that it is equally important for hanging onto your pearly whites. The teeth begin to form in the first few months of fetal life while the mineralization process continues into late adolescence. If you want your children to have proper development of tooth structures, you must make sure that they have adequate intake of calcium. Watch this video and understand why your children need calcium for teeth.

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