What would happen if you left the tap on when brushing teeth?
It would flood if the plug was in but generally nothing ummm but if you are on tank water there will be none left. ~ You would be wasting water. In most places water is plentiful and cheap; but in other places fresh water is scarce and expensive. In places like that, you would want to waste as little water as possible.
Is it better to rinse the mouth with water after brushing your teeth or spit it out so the rest of the toothpaste stays on your teeth?
It brushes off the bits of food that are left behind after eating. If the food is left there it will decay and grow bacteria (and give you bad breath). That can cause your tooth enamel to erode, followed by making a cavity. Brush often and always floss, too, since the brush can not always remove the bits between your teeth without floss. Leftover food residue supports the growth of a sticky bacterial film called…
Calculus is the very hard stuff that forms on your teeth in areas that are not brushed or flossed properly. Also called tartar, it usually develops between teeth and at the gum line. Brushing can not get rid of it. A dentist (or assistant or hygienist?) needs to scrape it of manually. If left alone it can lead to gum disease eventually leading to loss of teeth.
Well, when you eat where does the food end up? In your teeth! By brushing you only get the left on food particles called plaque off the tops and backs of your teeth. Plaque will build up beyond the tops of your teeth and end up in between them. Flossing allows that plaque to come out. Having plaque there and not flossing can cause gum disease and that isnt good. So i hope this helps:)
To remove plaque on your teeth, use an electric tooth brush and brush for two minutes. I would recommend using Colgate 3D White toothpaste because not only does it remove most of the plaque but it helps to whiten teeth as well. After the two minutes of brushing, it is important to floss and rinse with strong mouth wash to kill any germs left your mouth. Make this routine a part of your day twice…
Plaque contain bacteria, and the bacteria excrete common acids in their metabolism. Left alone, the acid can eat away at the teeth.. You can defend against this by routine brushing and flossing, and by using an anti-bacterial mouthwash. Please note that baking soda works as toothpaste, and salt water can be an excellent low-cost mouthwash
Baby teeth ( teeth that develop when you are younger) fall out/are removed to make way for adult teeth. Which most people start forming their adult teeth by 6. Baby teeth come back Adult teeth usually do not, unless for some reason your body develops you a new one. In which case, you would be left with a gap if it did not, or you would go to your dentist to get an acrylic one…
They aren't supposed to, but they will often stain any plaque left on your teeth. Since many mouthwashes use dyes to get their colors, it is, of course, somewhat possible for them to stain your teeth, but not very likely. It would be very bad for the industry if the product stained teeth, because nobody would buy it if it did.
Molar teeth are the big teeth placed in the back of the mouth. In decidious teeth (baby teeth), kids have two molar teeth on each side, up and down, right and left, for a total of 8 molar teeth. In adult teeth, people have three molars on each side, up and down, right and left, for a total of 12 molar teeth, which includes 4 wisdom teeth.