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Brush your teeth added 8-7-97 Original Author Unknown Sung to: "Row, Row Row your Boat" Brush, brush, brush your teeth. At least two times a day. Cleaning, cleaning, cleaning, cleaning, Fighting tooth decay. Floss, floss,floss your teeth. Every single day. Gently, gently, gently,gently, Whisking Plaque away. Rinse, rinse, rinse your teeth Every single day. Swishing, swishing, swishing, swishing, Fighting tooth decay. * Brush twice a day with an ADA — accepted fluoride toothpaste...

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Oral Hygiene and Healthy Teeth

TEETH All of us might not be aware of this but teeth plays a very important part in our bodies and are also essential for our survival and quality of life. They are what makes us able to speak, chew our food as well as giving us self-confidence needed in our daily lives. Teeth are meant to last us for the rest of our lives once we get our permanent set of teeth. Thus, taking care of our teeth is crucial. If we do not take good care of them from the start, it will lead to tooth decay, pain, tooth...

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Oral Hygiene and Different Teeth

Topic: Does flossing your teeth actually make a difference? Audience: There are between 24 and 30 students present in class weekly. Most male and females are between 18 and 20 years of age though there may be a few younger or older present. General Purpose: To Persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade the audience of the importance of flossing their teeth. Thesis: Flossing your teeth helps prevent harmful diseases of the mouth. I. Introduction A. Attention Getter: Most people...

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How to Brush Your Teeth Properly

wonderful smile but sets of your teeth are black. According to a new research, only 1 out of 10 people are doing the most effective way to prevent tooth decay. This proves that even if you think that you have a beautiful smile, you might not have the tooth to support it. I found a very valuable information that showed me how to maintain a clean and healthy mouth. I learned the information from a video made by an expert named Carol Hirt. Now I'll tell you how to brush your teeth effectively and prevents...

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Orthodontic Correction of Crowded Teeth

Correction of crowded teeth Crowding is the lack of space for all the teeth to fit normally within the jaws. The teeth may be twisted or displaced. Crowding occurs when there is disharmony in the tooth to jaw size relationship or when the teeth are larger than the available space. Crowding can be caused by improper eruption of teeth and early or late loss of primary (baby) teeth. Crowding Should Be Corrected Because It Can: • prevent proper cleaning of all the surfaces of your teeth • cause dental...

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How to Brush Your Teeth

How to Brush Your Teeth Brushing your teeth is very important to do. You must brush your teeth every day so you won't get cavities or gum diseases. Things you will need • Toothbrush • Toothpaste • Floss • Mouthwash • Water (cup if necessary) • Towel [edit] Steps 1. Get all of your supplies ready. Things like toothbrush, tooth paste, floss (optional) and a mouthwash solution (optional) must be available in your home. Take these into the bathroom! 2. Wet your toothbrush slightly...

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Teeth Size of Neanderthals

The Teeth size of Neanderthals has given Anthropologists and scientists a plethora of information to what types of foods they ate in the past. Scientists have studied Neanderthals teeth and the dental plaque to discover their past food tastes. It has been shown that food had gotten stuck on the teeth of these cavemen, allowing the types of food they ate to be researched and studied. Neanderthals show knowledge and capabilities that have never been thought, and may be smarter than given credit. ...

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Primary Teeth

------------------------------------------------- Deciduous teeth From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia "Baby teeth" redirects here. For other uses, see Baby teeth (disambiguation). Deciduous teeth | | A six year old girl's deciduous teeth, which are beginning to fall out. | Latin | dentes decidui | Code | TA A05.1.03.076 | Deciduous teeth, otherwise known as reborner teeth, baby teeth, temporary teeth and primary teeth, are the first set of teeth in the growth development of humans and many other...

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How to Save Your Teeth

Brush your teeth, I say! Here is a persuasive speech that I wrote for AP Language and Composition earlier this year. It's about oral hygiene and has a humorous twang. A man with rotting, discolored teeth approached me on the streets of Boston yesterday. He approached me and ranted to me, for what seemed like hours, about “his cause,” and why I should donate to it. I stood their dazed as his brown teeth, hanging from purple gums, spewed yellow saliva into my face. I did not recoil, I did not complain...

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Teeth are one of the most important features of our body. Teeth are comprised of hard, bony structures in the mouths of humans primarily used to chew food. Teeth are the body's hardest, most durable organ—long after bones and flesh have dissolved, archaeologists find well-preserved teeth from humans and other animals that lived thousands of years ago. Humans use teeth to tear, grind, and chew food in the first step of digestion, enabling enzymes and lubricants released in the mouth to...

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