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Does SUGAR really cause CAVITIES or Dental Decay?…..Maybe NOT! Have the best oral health!

– What’s up, guys? This is Dr. O, and if you stay tuned to this one, I’m gonna give you an idea of how to stay out of the dental chair and basically avoid seeing me. Isn’t that weird? Why would I give an idea of how to avoid seeing me? I don’t know, I’m…

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Why does Sugar Hurt our Teeth? | #aumsum

It’s AumSum Time. Why does sugar hurt our teeth? Because sugar and teeth are no longer dating. No. Our teeth consist of enamel, dentin and pulp. Enamel is mostly made of minerals. Dentin contains tubules filled with a fluid with some solutes dissolved in it. Whereas, pulp has blood vessels and nerves. When our teeth…

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Why Does Sugar Make My Teeth Hurt?

♩ Sugar is supposed to be one of the best things in life. But you might have bitten into something really sweet only to have it betray you. Instead of sugary deliciousness, you got immediate, sharp, eye-watering pain. Sure, eating lots of sugary food can cause cavities that don’t feel great, but that wasn’t some…

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Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures – Gavin’s Secret Admirer

Gavin: See, I never get attention like that unless it’s from dudes. Gus: What you mean? Gavin: I was on set once. We were on a cooking show. This guy was cooking all these recipes. So, uhm, the camera is looking at him and I’m attached to the camera with a cable looking at what…

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RT Life – Butter Beer and Soggy Bread

So Gus what’s happening? Alright. So we’re at the stage where we have to put the sparge water… …into the strike water to make… something. I don’t know what. It looks like a turkey. “You pour the water through the grain bag then begin heating for boil.” I’m gonna read ahead a little bit. You’d…

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How does sugar damage teeth?

In simple terms, sugar is converted to acid by the bacteria in the mouth, and the acid will demineralise, or remove the calcium from the enamel, which weakens it. Eventually the enamel can’t sustain itself and collapses, which exposes the soft underbelly of the tooth – i.e. the dentine. Similar bacteria will then move into…

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Meet our patient, Eamon! (TiborDental.co.uk)

I did have a problem eating, I had a problem eating any hard food or crusty bread, food like that. I had a gap in my front teeth which meant that I couldn’t eat food easily I’d tear and that was uncomfortable and I’d gaps between my teeth which meant that I had, sometimes it…

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Learn How Baby Kittens Grow: 0-8 Weeks!

Hi guys! In this video, I’m going to talk all about the biological development of young kittens and how you can tell what age a kitten is. It’s important to be able to identify the age of the kitten because that’s going to tell you how to care for them. (to kitten) Are you adorable…

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