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To protect them. It's clear and forms a sort of barrier, I think, to protect them against decay.Can this be done on adult's teeth? I know you'd have to pay for it, but I was just wondering as I have had very good teeth up til now, but everything seems to be going wrong since I turned 30!Thanks.
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