Which chemical causes tooth destruction, Biology

The bacteria that cause dental cavities in humans break down sugars, releasing what chemical which causes tooth destruction?

a) Acids

b) Bases

c) Enzymes

d) Monosaccharides

Answer: a - acids

 

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