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 Help I'm nervous!?
I get really nervous when I have to present something and I have to tomorrow. What is a good way to get rid of nerves?...


 I just got my retainer today........?
and is it common for your mouth to be sore? My gums aren't used to the pressure of the retainer and it sometimes slips out above my teeth when I eat or drink something. Is this common when you ...


 I have braces, do I have to wear the rubber bands all day for my over bite or just at night will be fine?
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 Wisdom teeth?
I'm 15. My dentist says my jaws are small and won't grow anymore, so the wisdom teeth must go away. The problem is they actually haven't grown yet and are still in the bone, not ...


 Should I be worried about having braces fitted?
I am due to have my braces fitted on 19th August 2009... I get really nervous from the orthodentist and the dentist anyway and I was just wanting some people to put me at ease a bit :(...


 Is drinking from a straw easier on a toothache?
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 What's the best way to keep your teeth bright and shiny?
It would be really nice to keep my teeth bright and shiny because I love to smile, but my friends keep inviting me to these tea parties and I do love tea... What to do?...


 What are the best whitening strips to use for your teeth?
Is there another way to whiten teeth besides using whitening strips....


 When you go to the dentist....?
and you sit in the chair, where do you look at? ( the light, the dentist's face, the wall, etc.)...


 Who had their wisdom tooth removed? How painful was it?
My dentist said the my right-lower wisdom tooth has a cavity, it's broken and it hasn't fully emerge from the gum. Can this get any worst. Is there no hope for my tooth?...


 using clean tweezers to clean teeth?
i do that, so when i go to the dentist they wont yell at me for plaque build up! will this ruin my teeth? they use sharper stuff then that to clean my teeth!...


 My daughter needs braces and my X's insurance will pay for 1/2 of $5000. ?
I was wondering if my insurance would pay for the other 1/2....


 Is there anything I can do for pain with braces? PLZ help! SOON?
I just had my braces put on and I'm in intense pain. It hurts like i dont no what to do for em. Recomend a pain reliver! PLZ...


 how many times do you brush your teeth every day?
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 Can bleaching your teeth weaken them?
i feel like my bite is not as strong as it ussed to be....


 are there any kinds of acid in pop that can damage your teeth?
science fair project info,for''what kind of soda pop decays a tooth the fastest?''...


 What is other best alternative of root cannal surgery of wisdom tooth ?
I have root cannal problem of tooth.

Is any other solution is possible rather than removal of tooth?...


 I'm going to the orthodontist in 4 days and I was just wondering...?
What do you get first?? Like they already told me i need braces so i made an appointment. Whats the very first thing you get, like spacers or whatever. I'm new at this so help me out. They wont ...


 i have this boss who have killer breath how can i tell her about it?
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 How many times a day do you brush your teeth?
I brush once in the morning, once before bed....



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which soda rots teeth fastest?
science project
                      









Cadence Jade is 1!!!
soda doesnt rot teeth. the sugar in soda is consumed by bacteria in the mouth which kick out acid that deminerlaizes the teeth. sugar doesnt cause cavaties, acid from the bacteria does. sorry, but there is no actual answer to your question. if just depends on the composition of the bacteria in your mouth.


Jessie
mountain dew


adstidamrn
It is Coca-Cola. They are all bad, but I got a pamphlet at my dentist's office, and this one was the worst. I can't remember the exact level of acid it stated, but it was very close to battery acid. Actually, some people use Coke to clean the corrosion from their batteries. Scary, huh? But it's true! Mountain Dew is up there too. The title of the pamphlet was "Sip All Day, and You'll get Decay". Maybe you can find it that way.


drswansondds
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I want to say Mtn. Dew... but defer to the folks w/ the brochure.

For what it's worth, I DO know that Root Beer is the best....or I should say "Least Bad!"


Katie
Any soda that has hight amounts of sugar and frutcose syrup are bad and will rot your teeth. if you drink any pop it should be diet or sugar free.


Andrea
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One of the most important points people are missing is the fact that soda is acidic. You can drink diet soda which has sugars but the bacteria in our mouths don't know how to break down. The acid will take the minerals out of the teeth and form beginning decay. Any soda can do this. Mountain Dew and orange soda seem to have the highest content of sugar, though.


Dental doc
Coca-Cola probably. It's main constituent is phosphoric acid, which is used by dentists to etch the teeth so that tooth-colored fillings can be bonded onto the teeth. It has a low pH (i.e.acidic), and it's full of sugar. It's the best combination for cariogenic bacteria to act upon, especially the Mutans Streptococci family, which is implicated in dental caries or decay.


wilhelmenawiem
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One that has a large amount of sugar and acids.


Stareyes
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I think that its coke because it has the most sugar. Bascially, any soda with high amounts of sugar will rot your teeth.


Sweet_Southern_Spice
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Do the Dew? Among the fizzy drinks, non-colas tended to be harshest on teeth; diet versions were no better than their sugary counterparts. The most corrosive was Mountain Dew; the diet version dissolved just over an average 8 percent of enamel; the regular version ate away more than 6 percent. Sprite and Diet Sprite followed at 3.93 percent and 3.65 percent, respectively. Coffee and brewed tea had only minimal effects.
Fixing Blame The researchers, Anthony von Fraunhofer of Maryland and Matthew Rogers, now an Air Force dentist, found no connection between sugar content and enamel dissolution. (A&W Root Beer had no effect on teeth, despite a generous dose of sugar.) Nor did pH level seem linked to enamel loss. The researchers speculate that other ingredients such as citric or malic acid may be responsible.


Southwind
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which ever one has the most surger . (all of them )


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