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Human Teeth - a closer look
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Teeth sit firmly with the roots in the jaw.|
Only the crown with the hard tooth melting can be seen in the mouth.
There are blood vessels and nerves in the hollow of the tooth.
The incisors bite the food.
The corner teeth tear apart foodstuffs.
The jaw teeth crush the food into a food slurry.
In the beginning:
Different names are used for the first teeth of a baby:
Deciduous teeth, primary teeth, baby teeth, temporary teeth, milk teeth, fall teeth
Primary teeth start to form long before the baby is born.
A child has 20 teeth.
From the seventh year of life, the milk teeth are excluded.
The permanent teeth begin to grow.
32 teeth consisting of six maxillary and six mandibular molars, four maxillary and four mandibular premolars, two maxillary and two mandibular canines, four maxillary and four mandibular incisors.
Especially when eating white bread and sweets, dental plaque is formed, in which bacteria live. Some cause caries.
If the dental plaque hardens dental Calculus also called tartar is formed.
As a result, the gums can become inflamed and retreat.
The teeth become loose and fall out.
Proper and regular care keeps your teeth healthy.
It is important to clean the teeth after each meal and before going to bed.
A good mouthwash, mouth rinse, oral rinse or mouth bath helps to lower the amount of bacteria.
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