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Dental Health

By Karuna Kumar, Brad Eden, Daniel Nam, and Max Guo
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Karuna Kumar

on 7 November 2012

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Dental Health By Karuna Kumar, Brad Eden,
Daniel Nam, and Max Guo Teeth Oral Hygiene Consequences Cavities Cavities are holes in the enamel and dentin. Bacteria in your mouth can turn sugar into plaque. Good cleansing
and healthy nutrition can prevent cavities. Possible consequences of bad oral hygiene are: Teeth are the hardest item in our bodies.
They include: Enamel
Dentin
Pulp
Cementum Cavities
Bacteria Build-up
Tartar
Gum Diseases
(Blood) Infections
Heart Disease
Pregnancy Effects To prevent consequences of bad oral hygiene you should clean them occasionally. You should brush twice a day, morning and night. You should floss between all your teeth and use mouthwash. By the time you are 13 you should
have all your adult teeth (32).
There are 5 types of teeth. They
are incisors, canines, premolars,
molars, and wisdom teeth/third molars. Tips for Brushing Brush twice daily. Brush all sides of your teeth (top, front, back) Brush for atleast
2 minutes. Tips for Flossing Floss between all teeth. Floss only once a day. Make sure to floss even
the very
rear teeth. Thanks For Watching! Quiz Q: 1.What are the four parts of teeth? A: 1.Enamel, Dentin, Pulp, and Cementum Q: 2.What are cavities? A: 2.Cavities are holes in the enamel and dentin. Q: 3.What are possible consequences of bad dental hygiene? A: 3.Cavities
Bacteria Build-up
Tartar
Gum Diseases
(Blood) Infections
Heart Disease
Pregnancy Effects
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