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Friday, March 30, 2012

8 Safety Precautions For Healthy Teeth

Dental strength is quite interesting. There is bounty of legends around that we blindly consider and go behind it. Dental health is a whole knowledge itself and there is a lot more to it than appear.
Most of the people uses caps on toothbrush which is actually more harmful. It increases bacterial growth.
• You are not supposed to brush within 6 feet of a toilet. The airborne particles from the flush can travel up to a distance of 6 feet.
• 75% of the United States population suffers from some stage of periodontal gum disease.
• People who tend to drink 3 or more glasses of soda/pop daily have 62% more tooth decay, fillings and tooth loss than others.
• The first toothbrush with bristles was manufactured in China in 1498. Bristles from hogs, horses and badgers were used. The first commercial toothbrush was made in 1938.
• Fluoridated toothpastes when ingested habitually by kids can lead to fluoride toxicity.
• You are supposed to replace your toothbrush after you have an episode of flu, cold or other viral infections. Notorious microbes can implant themselves on the toothbrush bristles leading to re-infection.
• New born babies do not have tooth decay bacteria. Often, the bacteria are transmitted from mother to baby when she kisses the child or blows in hot food/drink before feeding the baby.

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