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    Dental Floss Behaviour

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    Americas floss their teeth daily. Flossing helps remove remaining bacteria in your mouth. When bacteria and saliva mix, it causes plaque. If plaque is not taken out it can turn into tartar. Bacteria also causes periodontal disease which can lead to tooth decay, receding gums, and tooth loss. Many people decided not to floss because they see no results from it. There may be little evidence that flossing works, but it is an essential part of taking care of your teeth and gums. In a group of people surveyed about what they would rather do than flossing about 18% said they would rather wash the dishes. Another 9% said they would rather be stuck in gridlock traffic…

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    Essay On Teeth

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    The mouth is the gateway to everything in your body, it is the beginning of the human digestive tract, and usually the first thing people notice when they meet you. I chose to do my research on oral health and finding out how people care for their teeth. Being in the dental field I am constantly surrounded by people with varying health conditions. My career goal is to become a dentist, and with that providing patient knowledge is key. The things I learned while in dental assisting school made me…

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    Dental Emergencies Pediatric Dentist - Dental EmergenciesToothache: Clean the area of the affected tooth. Rinse the mouth thoroughly with warm water or use dental floss to dislodge any food that may be impacted. If the pain still exists, contact your child's dentist. Do not place aspirin or heat on the gum or on the aching tooth. If the face is swollen, apply cold compresses and contact your dentist immediately. Cut or Bitten Tongue, Lip or Cheek: Apply ice to injured areas to help control…

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    Brushing and flossing are often not enough to remove tough stains. Many people do not smile because they are ashamed of the way that their smile looks. A professional teeth whitening can give you a reason to smile. A beautiful smile is important. Smiling draws people to you because it helps you appear more confident. It can also have a positive effect on your overall well-being. Give You An Incentive To Take Better Care Of Your Teeth Many people feel compelled to take better care of their…

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    Teeth Brushing Examples

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    Teeth Brushing: Variance Between Individuals Due to the fact that a main part of this occupation for me is that I do it with my roommate Danielle, I can see that there is an abundance of ways that this task can be done. A clear example is that Danielle adds another step to her oral hygiene routine, which is flossing. I do not floss because I have never been okay with putting something between my teeth like that, but she does it every day twice a day. On the other hand, I use mouthwash and…

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    meal preparation on my own without much difficulty. Transferring my plate from the counter to the table required minor problem-solving skills but no disturbance. Alternating hands while eating is something I do regularly, therefore, I did not have any issue with feeding. I experienced the most turmoil during grooming activities. To get ready for bed, I would first brush my teeth, floss, gargle with mouthwash, perform my face cleansing routine then perform my hair care routine. I do this for 30…

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    Invisalign Precautions

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    Invisalign® FAQs The Invisalign system is a set of transparent aligners that are used to straighten teeth. Is Invisalign suitable for my lifestyle? Snacking anytime you want isn't a problem. Just remove your aligners then eat and drink like normal. Maintain healthy teeth and gums by removing your aligners to brush and floss on a regular basis. Do you have a special evening planned? You can temporarily remove your Invisalign aligners. Do your normal daily activities, you don't have to change…

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    inserts bristles, typically made of nylon. The bristle are stapled into the hole in the toothbrush head with tiny metal staples by the help of a robotic arm. The robotic arms fills 900 holes per minute. This process is really hygienic due to there is no human contact with the bristles. The next operation is trimming the bristles, the toothbrush passes through a trimming machine, the machine has been pre-adjusted to a desired pattern or length. One of the last operation is packaging the…

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    Flossing In The 1800s

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    With the emergence of the first baby tooth, we're relegated to a lifetime of good dental hygiene. Fortunately, there are effortless and inexpensive ways to ensure that our pearly whites remain in our mouths for as long as possible: teeth brushing, regular visits to the dentist, and flossing. Today, the simple silk thread is the crucial weapon against gum disease. Flossing is an integral part of good oral hygiene, although, it took some time for the public to embrace the practice. The American…

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    Glossing In The 1800s

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    From the emergence of the first baby tooth, we're relegated to a lifetime of good dental hygiene. Fortunately, there are handy and inexpensive ways to ensure that our pearly whites remain in our mouths for as long as possible: teeth brushing, regular visits to the dentist, and flossing. Today, the simple silk thread is a crucial weapon against gum disease. Flossing is an integral part of good oral hygiene, although it took some convincing for the public to embrace the practice. American…

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