• Rotten Tooth Kid Loves Candy - Throwback Thursday

    This kid is banned from buying candy at the store, so he gets adults to buy it for him. The cashier prevents the kid from eating the bought candy, and the adults find out why when he smiles - his teeth are 'effin disgusting! Don't miss another Gag - Subscribe!: http://goo.gl/wJxjG Can't click annotations? Killer Bees Attack!: http://youtu.be/GzbYqOIn9Xc Fugitive Prank: http://youtu.be/xP7Pn20qGtA Gags are filmed in Québec. Originality, authenticity and joie de vivre... Discover more about Québec at http://www.quebecoriginal.com/index.html?jpr=gags3 Social Animal? Here are a few interesting links: Twitter: http://twitter.com/JFLGags Facebook: http://facebook.com/jflgags Instagram: http://instagr.am/jflgags Starring Dany Many and a kid with poor dental hygiene Filmed in Montreal, Quebec...

    published: 24 Apr 2014
  • Do chocolates and sweets cause tooth decay? - Dr. Srivats Bharadwaj

    The chocolates and sweets are not only the cause to tooth decay. Chocolates and sweets are sticky foods so that the dentists always told you to avoid those. If the sticky food always shows an impact on teeth and cause teeth decay. So should not allow the sticky food and make sure that brush your teeth twice a day, massage your gums regularly and visit a dentist regularly so that if you can identified certain potential place where your food is getting stuck. One of the most important things in this is alignment of your teeth. If your teeth are high potential to stuck food then it is more risk to developing of tooth decay. So please visit your dentist and align your teeth so that you can reduce the chance of tooth decay.

    published: 24 Jun 2015
  • Rotten Teeth

    a close look at rotten teeth

    published: 08 Sep 2007
  • Will Soda Really Ruin My Teeth?

    If your teeth are one of the hardest parts of your body, then how could soda damage them? Tune in to learn more. Learn more at HowStuffWorks.com: http://money.howstuffworks.com/coca-cola.htm Share on Facebook: http://goo.gl/8JNVBR Share on Twitter: http://goo.gl/Cpu3ax Subscribe: http://goo.gl/ZYI7Gt Visit our site: http://www.brainstuffshow.com So there’s an urban myth, if you will, that soda can dissolve a tooth overnight. The Internet has thoroughly busted it. But just because it’s proven that hanging onto a mouthful of cola for upwards of 12 hours won’t hollow out your jaw, that doesn’t mean you should try it. Soft drinks can indeed damage your pearly whites. But how, and how much? Let’s talk teeth. Your teeth have four basic layers: the root, the pulp, the dentin protecting the pu...

    published: 16 Dec 2014
  • How does sugar damage your teeth? - Dr. Jayaprakash Ittigi

    Sugar plays a role in the formation of cavities. Tooth decay is caused by acids produced by bacteria found in the mouth. A little of the sugar in the food we eat gets left in the mouth even after we swallow and these traces of sugar are what bacteria live on.

    published: 20 Aug 2015
  • What causes cavities? - Mel Rosenberg

    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-causes-cavities-mel-rosenberg When a team of archeologists recently came across some 15,000-year-old human remains, they made an interesting discovery: the teeth of those ancient humans were riddled with holes. So what causes cavities, and how can we avoid them? Mel Rosenberg takes us inside our teeth to find out. Lesson by Mel Rosenberg, animation by Andrew Foerster.

    published: 17 Oct 2016
  • Children's rotting teeth costs NHS £35m a year

    The cost of operations to remove multiple decayed teeth from children has soared by more than 60 per cent since to more than £35m a year. Report by Jessica Wakefield.

    published: 15 Apr 2016
  • Teaching Kids About the Causes & Effects of Cavities : Dental Health

    Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowhealth Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowhealth Teaching kids about the causes and effects of dental cavities is very important to do from an early age. Find out about teaching kids about the causes and effects of dental cavities with help from a dental expert in this free video clip. Expert: Gary Cash Bio: Dr. Gary L. Cash is a native of Michigan. Filmmaker: Todd Bockman Series Description: Dental health is important for people of all ages for a number of reasons. Get tips on dental health and taking care of your teeth with help from a dental expert in this free video series.

    published: 05 Jan 2014
  • What Really Causes Cavities?

    Hate going to the dentist? Keep the millions of microbes in your mouth happy. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/1FkxVLb ‖ Twitter! https://twitter.com/gross_science ‖ Tumblr! http://grossscience.tumblr.com/ More Microbe Week videos! (Click "show more" for links) BrainCraft: Good Sleep = Good Gut? https://youtu.be/jkjqQXX47KE Gross Science: What Really Causes Cavities? https://youtu.be/WU05zZJKSdE AMNH: Microbes of New York https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTdeZU_8cLI Science Friday: Your Very Special Bacterial Cloud https://youtu.be/2_ib7Z4bmrg Inspired by the Secret World Inside You exhibition http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/the-secret-world-inside-you ↓Want more info?↓ Welcome to the Microbiome, by Susan Perkins and Rob DeSalle : http://amzn.to/1PtAi3u Kissing and the microbiome: http://bit.ly/...

    published: 25 Jan 2016
  • Don't eat too much sweets

    Cavities

    published: 19 May 2012
  • rotten tooth dentist visit

    I only put this here to show you what happens if you eat lots of sweets and don't brush your teeth. My mum eats lots of sweets and drinks fizzy drinks, so her teeth rot away quite quickly. This video is about one of her uppers which needed a root canal. You can see how the tooth decayed more and more and finally broke off, leaving her in a lot of pain. The dentist managed to numb her very well before drilling for the crown preparation, so she was quite calm in the chair. She had impressions and first a plastic cover for the tooth before getting a permanent crown. It cost her £320. Because she is a dental phobic, she needs me to be with her when she sees the dentist, otherwise she wouldn't go. She asked me to document it all so others look after their teeth and don't have to through such pa...

    published: 18 Sep 2010
  • Tooth Decay -- How it Happens and How to Avoid it

    Tooth Decay is the process of destruction of tooth structure. Tooth Decay is caused by the plague. Plaque is a sticky material that forms on the surface of teeth. Plaque can cause damage when it combines with sugars or starches, provided by food or drinks. This combination produces acids, which destroy enamel layer on teeth.

    published: 17 Nov 2011
  • Epic tooth decay, scrapping food out of a cavity, tooth cavity

    i just had my number 17 extracted because the cavity was near the bone. it took about a minute to remove. i'm removing the decay and rotting food that worked its way through the top.

    published: 18 Jun 2015
Rotten Tooth Kid Loves Candy - Throwback Thursday

Rotten Tooth Kid Loves Candy - Throwback Thursday

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  • Updated: 24 Apr 2014
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This kid is banned from buying candy at the store, so he gets adults to buy it for him. The cashier prevents the kid from eating the bought candy, and the adults find out why when he smiles - his teeth are 'effin disgusting! Don't miss another Gag - Subscribe!: http://goo.gl/wJxjG Can't click annotations? Killer Bees Attack!: http://youtu.be/GzbYqOIn9Xc Fugitive Prank: http://youtu.be/xP7Pn20qGtA Gags are filmed in Québec. Originality, authenticity and joie de vivre... Discover more about Québec at http://www.quebecoriginal.com/index.html?jpr=gags3 Social Animal? Here are a few interesting links: Twitter: http://twitter.com/JFLGags Facebook: http://facebook.com/jflgags Instagram: http://instagr.am/jflgags Starring Dany Many and a kid with poor dental hygiene Filmed in Montreal, Quebec
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Do chocolates and sweets cause tooth decay? - Dr. Srivats Bharadwaj

Do chocolates and sweets cause tooth decay? - Dr. Srivats Bharadwaj

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  • Updated: 24 Jun 2015
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The chocolates and sweets are not only the cause to tooth decay. Chocolates and sweets are sticky foods so that the dentists always told you to avoid those. If the sticky food always shows an impact on teeth and cause teeth decay. So should not allow the sticky food and make sure that brush your teeth twice a day, massage your gums regularly and visit a dentist regularly so that if you can identified certain potential place where your food is getting stuck. One of the most important things in this is alignment of your teeth. If your teeth are high potential to stuck food then it is more risk to developing of tooth decay. So please visit your dentist and align your teeth so that you can reduce the chance of tooth decay.
https://wn.com/Do_Chocolates_And_Sweets_Cause_Tooth_Decay_Dr._Srivats_Bharadwaj
Rotten Teeth

Rotten Teeth

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a close look at rotten teeth
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Will Soda Really Ruin My Teeth?

Will Soda Really Ruin My Teeth?

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  • Updated: 16 Dec 2014
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If your teeth are one of the hardest parts of your body, then how could soda damage them? Tune in to learn more. Learn more at HowStuffWorks.com: http://money.howstuffworks.com/coca-cola.htm Share on Facebook: http://goo.gl/8JNVBR Share on Twitter: http://goo.gl/Cpu3ax Subscribe: http://goo.gl/ZYI7Gt Visit our site: http://www.brainstuffshow.com So there’s an urban myth, if you will, that soda can dissolve a tooth overnight. The Internet has thoroughly busted it. But just because it’s proven that hanging onto a mouthful of cola for upwards of 12 hours won’t hollow out your jaw, that doesn’t mean you should try it. Soft drinks can indeed damage your pearly whites. But how, and how much? Let’s talk teeth. Your teeth have four basic layers: the root, the pulp, the dentin protecting the pulp, and the enamel. Tooth enamel is the hardest tissue the human body produces. Because it’s not alive, it can’t repair itself. That means it takes damage from daily wear and tear, including what we eat and drink. There are two types of trouble drinks can cause: all-over erosion due to the acids they contain, and spot decay caused by the bacteria that grow on your teeth. Both come down to a pH imbalance. On a scale from zero to xenomorph, the human mouth has a pretty neutral pH level: something around 6.8. The pH scale runs from 0 to 14, with 0 being the most acidic, 14 being the most base or alkaline, and 7 being neutral – like pure water. Some of the bacteria in your mouth are sugar-hungry. When you consume sweet stuff like soda, they throw the bacterial equivalent of a house party: They’ll link up into colonies on your teeth called a biofilm or plaque and feast on the sugar. And they’ll excrete acids, which can weaken your enamel wherever they’ve hunkered down, eventually causing cavities. “But Ben,” you might say, “I only drink sugar-free sodas.” That’ll save you from cavities, but all sodas contain acids of their own. On the pH scale, soft drinks have been found to range from around 4.0 to 2.4. For comparison, battery acid is a 1. Your saliva should bring your mouth back to normal within half an hour or so, but your enamel can be affected by anything from about a 5.5 or below. The erosion and decay caused by chronic soda consumption can be rampant – and yes, that’s the official medical term. In one case study, soda abuse was found to do dental damage equivalent to meth or crack abuse. Dentists recommend using straws and rinsing with water after drinking any acidic or sugary stuff. They also stress brushing twice a day with fluoride or remineralizing products to help maintain your enamel. (It can’t heal itself from the inside the way your bones do, but the mineral structure can be buffeted from the outside.) SOURCES: http://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/oral-care/problems/what-wears-down-tooth-enamel2.htm/printable http://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/oral-care/problems/what-does-smoking-do-to-teeth.htm http://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/oral-care/products/hard-toothbrush-destroy-enamel.htm/printable http://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/oral-care/problems/cavity.htm/printable http://www.nidcr.nih.gov/datastatistics/finddatabytopic/dentalcaries/ http://www.ucsf.edu/news/2010/08/6000/tooth-enamel-research-combines-science-and-engineering http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16792729 http://www.agd.org/media/142832/ma13_bassiouny.pdf
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How does sugar damage your teeth? - Dr. Jayaprakash Ittigi

How does sugar damage your teeth? - Dr. Jayaprakash Ittigi

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  • Updated: 20 Aug 2015
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Sugar plays a role in the formation of cavities. Tooth decay is caused by acids produced by bacteria found in the mouth. A little of the sugar in the food we eat gets left in the mouth even after we swallow and these traces of sugar are what bacteria live on.
https://wn.com/How_Does_Sugar_Damage_Your_Teeth_Dr._Jayaprakash_Ittigi
What causes cavities? - Mel Rosenberg

What causes cavities? - Mel Rosenberg

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  • Updated: 17 Oct 2016
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View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-causes-cavities-mel-rosenberg When a team of archeologists recently came across some 15,000-year-old human remains, they made an interesting discovery: the teeth of those ancient humans were riddled with holes. So what causes cavities, and how can we avoid them? Mel Rosenberg takes us inside our teeth to find out. Lesson by Mel Rosenberg, animation by Andrew Foerster.
https://wn.com/What_Causes_Cavities_Mel_Rosenberg
Children's rotting teeth costs NHS £35m a year

Children's rotting teeth costs NHS £35m a year

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The cost of operations to remove multiple decayed teeth from children has soared by more than 60 per cent since to more than £35m a year. Report by Jessica Wakefield.
https://wn.com/Children's_Rotting_Teeth_Costs_Nhs_£35M_A_Year
Teaching Kids About the Causes & Effects of Cavities : Dental Health

Teaching Kids About the Causes & Effects of Cavities : Dental Health

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  • Updated: 05 Jan 2014
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowhealth Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowhealth Teaching kids about the causes and effects of dental cavities is very important to do from an early age. Find out about teaching kids about the causes and effects of dental cavities with help from a dental expert in this free video clip. Expert: Gary Cash Bio: Dr. Gary L. Cash is a native of Michigan. Filmmaker: Todd Bockman Series Description: Dental health is important for people of all ages for a number of reasons. Get tips on dental health and taking care of your teeth with help from a dental expert in this free video series.
https://wn.com/Teaching_Kids_About_The_Causes_Effects_Of_Cavities_Dental_Health
What Really Causes Cavities?

What Really Causes Cavities?

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  • Updated: 25 Jan 2016
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Hate going to the dentist? Keep the millions of microbes in your mouth happy. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/1FkxVLb ‖ Twitter! https://twitter.com/gross_science ‖ Tumblr! http://grossscience.tumblr.com/ More Microbe Week videos! (Click "show more" for links) BrainCraft: Good Sleep = Good Gut? https://youtu.be/jkjqQXX47KE Gross Science: What Really Causes Cavities? https://youtu.be/WU05zZJKSdE AMNH: Microbes of New York https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTdeZU_8cLI Science Friday: Your Very Special Bacterial Cloud https://youtu.be/2_ib7Z4bmrg Inspired by the Secret World Inside You exhibition http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/the-secret-world-inside-you ↓Want more info?↓ Welcome to the Microbiome, by Susan Perkins and Rob DeSalle : http://amzn.to/1PtAi3u Kissing and the microbiome: http://bit.ly/1PNCkFH More on thrush from the CDC: http://1.usa.gov/1KyxNp2 PDF: Role of the Oral Microflora in Health: http://bit.ly/1nueqsB The Role of Bacteria in the Caries Process: http://bit.ly/1PNDPDQ -- Host, Writer, Animator, Editor Anna Rothschild Camera, Sound Katherine Hashimoto Many thanks to Drs. Susan Perkins, Rob DeSalle, and Anne Tanner Toy Box Music Provided by APM Original Footage ©WGBH Educational Foundation Footage and Images Dental Plaque, SEM Steve Gschmeissner/Science Photo Library Dental Plaque Bacteria in Phase Microscope 600X Blue Filter Pond5/jamesbenet Lovers Kissing Romantic Romantic Beautiful Kissing Teens Couple in Hd Pond5/TH_Producties Elderly Couple Pond5/Fotoluminate Dental Plaque From Human Sample 800Z Microscope Pond5/jamesbenet Devan Flickr/Seth Lemmons Candida albicans 2 Wikimedia Commons/GrahamColm Decayed wisdom tooth Wikimedia Commons/ProjectManhattan Dental cavity1 Wikimedia Commons/Digantatalukdar Digital cavity2 Wikimedia Commons/Digantatalukdar Double big gulp Wikimedia Commons/Russell Bernice from New York City, USA Plaque Disclosing Tablets Wikimedia Commons/Themolarbear File: Sugar Cubes (7164573186) Wikimedia Commons/david pacey from LEEDS, West yorkshire File: The Dental cosmos (1912) (14769050452) Wikimedia Commons/White, J.D. McQuillen, J.H. (John Hugh), 1826-1879. Ziegler, George Jacob, 1821-1895. White, James William, 1826-1891. Kirk, Edward C. (Edward Cameron), 1856-1933. Anthony, L. Pierce (Lovick Pierce), b. 1877. File: Phagocytose Entamoeba gingivalis-PMN Wikimedia Commons/Mark Bonner dmd, Institut International de Parodontie, www. parodontite.com Oral thrush. Aphthae. Candida albicans. CDC SFX Dun dun dun Freesound/Simon_Lacelle Squeak Pack/squeak_10 Freesound/Corsica_S Jelly/Jelly Mangling on Plate Freesound/lolamadeus Bubbles Popping Freesound/ch0cchi Produced by WGBH for PBS Digital Studios
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Don't eat too much sweets

Don't eat too much sweets

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Cavities
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rotten tooth dentist visit

rotten tooth dentist visit

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I only put this here to show you what happens if you eat lots of sweets and don't brush your teeth. My mum eats lots of sweets and drinks fizzy drinks, so her teeth rot away quite quickly. This video is about one of her uppers which needed a root canal. You can see how the tooth decayed more and more and finally broke off, leaving her in a lot of pain. The dentist managed to numb her very well before drilling for the crown preparation, so she was quite calm in the chair. She had impressions and first a plastic cover for the tooth before getting a permanent crown. It cost her £320. Because she is a dental phobic, she needs me to be with her when she sees the dentist, otherwise she wouldn't go. She asked me to document it all so others look after their teeth and don't have to through such pain.
https://wn.com/Rotten_Tooth_Dentist_Visit
Tooth Decay -- How it Happens and How to Avoid it

Tooth Decay -- How it Happens and How to Avoid it

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  • Updated: 17 Nov 2011
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Tooth Decay is the process of destruction of tooth structure. Tooth Decay is caused by the plague. Plaque is a sticky material that forms on the surface of teeth. Plaque can cause damage when it combines with sugars or starches, provided by food or drinks. This combination produces acids, which destroy enamel layer on teeth.
https://wn.com/Tooth_Decay_How_It_Happens_And_How_To_Avoid_It
Epic tooth decay, scrapping food out of a cavity,  tooth cavity

Epic tooth decay, scrapping food out of a cavity, tooth cavity

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i just had my number 17 extracted because the cavity was near the bone. it took about a minute to remove. i'm removing the decay and rotting food that worked its way through the top.
https://wn.com/Epic_Tooth_Decay,_Scrapping_Food_Out_Of_A_Cavity,_Tooth_Cavity
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