Teeth are teeth, right?

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Teeth are teeth, right?

Post by griffithlarry22 »

A)Change your toothbrush every three months. Did you know manual toothbrushes become worn out and are not as effective after three months?

B)Don’t drink soda. People who tend to drink three or more glasses of soda daily have 62 percent more tooth decay, fillings and tooth loss than those who do not drink it at all.

C)Brushing harder is not better. Vigorous brushing does more harm than good and can lead to eroded enamel, which never grows back and can cause sensitivity and other oral issues.

D)Be breath-conscious at work. Americans cite bad breath as the least attractive trait a co-worker can have, so be more popular around the water cooler by brushing – and flossing — often.

5. Avoid missing work by visiting the dentist. The next time you want to play hooky, head to the dentist for a cleaning instead. Last year alone, adults missed over 164 million hours of work – and children missed over 51 million hours of school for dental-related issues.
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Post by AnneBoleyn »

A, B, C, D, 5?

I love that. Anyway=F (6): Brush your tongue.
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Post by YZGI »

Yes, teeth are teeth unless they're bear teeth then they're dangerous.
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Post by along-for-the-ride »

“She laughs at everything you say. Why? Because she has fine teeth.”

Benjamin Franklin quote (American Statesman, Scientist, Philosopher, Printer, Writer and Inventor. 1706-1790) ;)

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