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Uncommon decay



can eating an infected squirrel cause unusual dacay in teeth? i recall seeing this on the history channel afew summers ago. maybe discover health channel.


To the best of my knowledge, it cannot. That being said, if a mother had gotten an infection during her pregnancy, the tooth development of the fetus could be affected. That would not be specific to a squirrel infection.

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Daniel Nathan Reed, DDS Daniel Nathan Reed, DDS
Clinical Associate Professor of Primary Care Dentistry
College of Dentistry
The Ohio State University