Teeth

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  • I am a tough, chisel-shaped teeth, I have a sharp edge to help with biting food. I am called an incisor. I am the first four front teeth.
  • I am a pointed tooth which help to tear food into manageable chunks. I am called a canine. I am found at the in the middle of each jaw.
  • I am a large, strong tooth which grind against each other to crush food. I am found at the back of the mouth.
  • I keep wanting to chew hard objects and I keep dribbling. My cheek are really red and my gums hurt.
  • Give things to the child like teething gel and teething rings to help the pain.
  • The signs of a baby teething.
  • Take your child to the dentist regularly so that they get used to the idea of having their mouth looked at.
  • I like it here!
  • Caring for a child's teeth is important as it prevents tooth decay.
  • Babies under the age of one should have their teeth brushed with a soft brush once or twice a day, using gentle toothpaste.
  • Clean your teeth twice a day, once in the morning and once at night.
  • Eat me, I am healthy and good for your teeth.
  • I'm bad for your teeth.
  • Only after meals
  • Drink milk in the morning.
  • Water should be given in between meals.
  • Don't drink me, I am a fizzy drink and I am not good for your teeth!
  • Cups to be given to babies that are 12-15 months.
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