In previous question here on stackexchange biology I read that animals don't get dental caries because they aren't exposed to refined carbohydrates like sugars. My question is: in theory, could a human be completely dental caries-free if he followed the diet of not eating any processed food? :))
And also, are fruits like apple or orange 'safe' against dental caries? (since they're not 'processed' sugars?) Thank you kindly for answers.