Top athletes could be wrecking their teeth with sports drinks, energy bars and gels, according to a study.
University students have been given the chance to learn about the past through studying centuries-old bones.
Primary one pupils in Shetland have the second lowest dental decay incidence in Scotland.
Youngsters in the north-east have been praised for having some of the brightest smiles in Scotland.
Now, we're not going to make any crazy statements such as "fruit is just as bad as sweets", or, "juicing wrecks your teeth" - because that would be over-dramatic and misleading.
If you are one of those who dreads the dentist’s drill and hates getting cavities filled, maybe this latest scientific breakthrough will bring joy to you and your pearly whites.
Regret never getting those wonky gnashers fixed as a child? It’s never too late to smarten up that smile.