how to look after your teeth

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a storyboard for children learning how to brush their teeth and it can be quite useful for new parents as well.

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  • brush twice a day
  • a child should brush their teeth twice a day, once when they wake up and before they go to bed.
  • you should brush your teeth because if you don't there is a build up of plague and bacteria, which makes your teeth go a funny colour, it is very unhealthy if you don't brush your teeth and they will rot and fall out
  • teeth will fall out if you don't brush them
  • you should brush your teeth with your own tooth brush because it stops germs from spreading. A child at the age of 1-6 should have a medium sized toothbrush as their teeth are still growing. they also only need a small amount of toothpaste as if they have too much it can be harmful and make them poorly.
  • if you swallow toothpaste then you will be poorly
  • Once your baby's teeth touch, you can begin flossing in between them. Around age 2, your child should learn to spit while brushing. Avoid giving your child water to swish and spit because this might make swallowing toothpaste more likely. Kids ages 3 and up should use only a pea-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste
  • the mouth is full of hundreds of bacteria, many of which are beneficial to the oral ecosystem. However, certain harmful oral bacteria actually feed on the sugars you eat to create acids that destroy the tooth enamel, which is the shiny, protective outer layer of the tooth. Cavities are a bacterial infection created by acids, that cause your teeth to experience a hole in them. Without treatment, cavities can progress past the enamel and into the deeper layers of the tooth, causing pain and possible tooth loss.
  • sweets are bad for your teeth.
  • A dental hygienist is a licensed dental professional, registered with a dental association, or regulatory body within their country of practice. They are a primary healthcare professional who works independently or alongside dentists and other dental professionals to provide full oral health care. and you should take your child to the dentist at 6 months
  • the dentist helps fix your teeth.
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