After the Industrial Revolution in England in the 1860s, by 1968, more than 30 percent of British adults did not have a single natural tooth. The years 1870-1890, known as the golden 20 years of the American economy, were marked by dental diseases, such as cavities, in almost every household. High-sugar foods are everywhere. In addition to obvious sugary foods like candy sauces and milk tea, there is an increasing number of invisible foods high in sugar, including take-out. According to Scientific American, the sugar in processed foods and beverages is becoming increasingly addictive to humans.
When the orthodontic treatment has been popularized to wider age groups, the clear aligners are getting increasingly attractive for people who have aesthetic needs for their dental solutions. Maybe you didn't notice, but think about it for a minute, is it more and more people around you wearing braces? The transparent removable braces are not only a beauty revolution on orthodontics, but also a promising blue ocean for exploring business opportunities.
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