Take Care Of Your Teeth
If you want to keep your teeth in good health, it is important to brush after meals and take good care of your gums. Oral hygiene is important to prevent tooth decay and gum diseases like gingivitis. The mouth contains many types of bacteria. Mouthwashes can kill some of these bacteria, but not for long. Brushing the teeth removes food particles that promote bacterial growth and plaque formation. You should avoid very acid drinks that can erode tooth enamel. Learn about the anatomy of the teeth, and how to brush and floss.
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Don't chew on hard objects
The teeth are the hardest part of the human body, but they can be damaged by chewing on hard objects like bones or trying to crack nuts. The teeth should never be used to open bottle caps vecause they can chip or break. Teeth may also break and fall from their sockets as the result of strong impacts to the face that may occur from falls while skating, riding a bicycle or in sports such as football, basketball, hockey, or boxing. Always wear protective mouth guards when playing rough sports.