Dentistry

Fruit Smoothies Can ROT Your Teeth

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Yes, they can.

It was claimed last week that the fruit drinks could be twice as healthy as first thought.
But dentists warn that the beneficial effects of boosting consumption of fruit are likely to be far outweighed by damage the drinks cause to teeth.
They warn that the high levels of sugar in the drinks can promote decay without good dental hygiene.

Flap has been amazed at the lack of educational awareness of deleterious effects of sugar and citric acid on the teeth of children AND adults. Yet, folks continue to distribute these tooth rotting drinks and warrant them as healthy.

Amazing.

Be true to your teeth (watch the sugar, practice good dental hygiene, see the dentist) or they will be FALSE to you.


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Dentistry

American Dentists to Liberate Dentally Challenged British?

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William Kelly, 43, extracted part of his own tooth, leaving a black stump. He plans to pull one more.

Really?

The American League of dentists declared this a noble mission.

“A noble mission yes, but not an entirely easy one.” said Dentist General Charles Chicklets. “These people have never seen a toothbrush, toothpaste or even a toothpick in their entire lives! We’ll be sending advisors at first. We’ll then slowly build up our forces there. We may be in country for a decade or more.”

About damn time those Brits were civilized…….


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