Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Your Teeth


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I see beautiful smiles everywhere. Picos showing off their super healthy teeth that shine like pearls . I bet you all are doing a great job in taking good care of them by brushing them at least twice a day for at least two minutes after breakfast and before going to bed. But remember to floss and to visit your dentist twice a year and stay away from those sugary foods and drinks.


"Smile! Show off those teeth. Strong teeth are a sign of good overall physical health. Without them, you can't eat or even speak well. Your teeth are important." 


I have put together this fun multiple choice quiz for you so you can see how much you already know about your teeth and even learn a few things in the process. Believe it or not, I didn't know the answer to number two, but now I do :)  You will find the answers at the end of the post.


Now have fun playing the TEETH QUIZ.


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1. Which two are a fact?

(A)  Teeth are like bones

(B) They are alive

(C) They are dead

2. Teeth start forming...
(A) One month old
(B) Three months old
(C) Before you are born


... and continue to develop until you are an adult.

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Teeth form inside the jaw and are nourished and protected by the pink tissue that surrounds them.


3. That pink tissue is called
(A) Gums
(B) Pulp
(C) Root


4. What is the part of the tooth you can see above the gums called?
(A) Root
(B) Enamel
(C) Crown


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5. A tooth is made up of how many parts?
(A) Three
(B) Five
(C) One


The enamel is the white covering on the top. It is the hardest substance in your whole body. The layer under the enamel that you can't see is the dentin.It makes up most of the tooth and isn't as hard as the enamel.The pulp is under the dentin and it is the softest part of the tooth. It is made up of nerves and blood vessels.It is what hurts when you get a toothache, OUCH! :(The root is what holds the tooth in place and a thin layer of tissue called clementum protects it.


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6. By the age of three, how many teeth should you have?
(A) 20

(B) 18
(C) 15


This first set of teeth are called milk teeth.


7. By what age will your first permanent teeth will start coming in?
(A) 3 or 4

(B) 4 or 5

(C) 5 or 6


The permanent teeth lie just beneath the root of the baby teeth. As the permanent tooth grows, it puts pressure on the baby tooth. That pressure causes the root of the baby tooth to dissolve and the baby tooth falls out. The permanent tooth then moves in place. :)


8. An adult has how many teeth?
(A) 32
(B) 28
(C) 35


CREDIT:
Facts, Information and last Photo can be found at
Teeth Facts ~ Dialogue For Kids



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Answers Continue on "Click Here To Read The Whole Story"


ANSWERS:
1. A & B - 2. C - 3. A - 4. C - 5. B - 6. A - 7. C - 8. A

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