Teeth problems on the rise in Singapore with more snacking, less brushing amid work from home

Dr Jonathan Liu says a laid-back attitude while staying at home led people to neglect oral hygiene. ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN
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SINGAPORE - Real estate agent Leslie Mui used to brush his teeth after every meal.

But during the pandemic, he has been working from home and finding it hard to keep this up.

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