Mouth bacteria and tooth decay, Biology

What is the connection among this substance, mouth bacteria and tooth decay?

Mouth bacteria use sugar for their metabolism and produce acids as a waste-product. The acids dissolve the enamel and dentine, so causing cavities in the teeth

 

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