BPA’s Alleged Impact on Teeth

news_views_icon“Study on BPA and Hypermineralisation Makes us Almost Drop our Teeth,” By BPA Coalition.smile
Medical Research (INSERM) presented a study at the 18th European Congress of Endocrinology claiming that exposure to Bisphenol A (BPA) could weaken teeth development in children. More specifically they link BPA exposure to Molar Incisor Hypermineralisation (MIH); it affects 18% of young children between 6 and 9, as their permanent first molars and incisors are more sensitive and prone to cavities. While the MIH issue is very concerning for parents as teeth enamel does not develop throughout our lives, the study’s results, similarly to the one carried out by INSERM in 2013, should be taken with a pinch of salt. Read more.

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