• 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • MCNA Quick Tips: "Effects of Sugar"

    Toby the Dental "X-Pert" researches cavities and effects sugar can have on your teeth. Watch for some tips to keep those cavities away! Visit MCNA Dental online at: http://www.MCNA.net Copyright © 2015. MCNA Dental Plans. All Rights Reserved. No part of this video may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of MCNA Dental Plans.

    published: 25 Oct 2013
  • Tooth Decay

    Our goal is to help you prevent tooth decay and keep your natural teeth for a lifetime. That's why we want you to understand the process of tooth decay, from start to finish. Armed with this knowledge, you can take steps to stop tooth decay in its tracks. Bacteria and sugar are the culprits Thousands of bacteria exist in everyone's mouth. Most of these bacteria are beneficial. But there are two types of bacteria, mutans streptococcus and lactobacillus, that are the primary culprits in the tooth decay process. If you're not brushing and flossing regularly, or if your oral environment is out of its natural balance, these bacteria reproduce quickly in your mouth, establishing huge colonies whenever they're given the opportunity to feast on foods that contain sugar. Sugars, which are the bu...

    published: 24 Jul 2012
  • Sugar is rotting my teeth!!

    This video is about teeth and fruit and cavities. Let me know what you think! GET MY EBOOK “EATING COMPASSIONATELY” OUT NOW! https://www.e-junkie.com/ecom/gb.php?c=single&cl=293484&i=1469670 Learn about my personal journey with an eating disorder, how I went vegan, and everything in between. Plus 5 bonus recipes!

    published: 16 Dec 2014
  • Rotten Teeth

    a close look at rotten teeth

    published: 08 Sep 2007
  • Larry - That Sugar Film

    Here is a small clip from the film about the effects of sugar on the teeth. This is Larry from Kentucky, he has a condition called 'Mountain Dew Mouth' and it's very common in the region. http://www.thatsugarfilm.com

    published: 20 Mar 2015
  • Does Sugar REALLY rot Teeth? - Part 1

    This is a test to show if teeth rot in sugar.

    published: 02 Nov 2015
  • sugar rots your teeth ???

    Please SUBSCRIBE ,LIKE and SHARE for more awakening truthful videos...

    published: 09 Dec 2013
  • The story of tooth decay

    Its an intriguing story of tooth gabbar n tooth raja...on the morals and principles of. Good oral hygiene and diet ..an the consequences of war with streptomonster ..... Who wins? Who survives? will the good or evil win? Find out...

    published: 01 Aug 2015
  • 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
  • How To Heal Tooth Decay And Reverse Cavities Using This Easy Remedy

    Cavities are a type of tooth decay that occur when certain bacteria produces an acid that destroys the tooth’s enamel. Its so powerful that it also destroys the underlying layer (the dentin). Not many people know that it's actually possible to reverse it. There are several ways to naturally reverse cavities. According to a study published in the British Medical Journal, cavities and tooth decay can potentially be reversed with a change in diet. In this study 62 children with cavities were divided into three diet groups. Group 1 ate a standard diet plus oatmeal, rich in phytic acid. Group 2 ate a normal diet and supplemented with Vitamin D, while Group 3 ate a grain-free diet and also took Vitamin D. Researchers found that Group 1, who had a diet high in grains and phytic acid, had an in...

    published: 12 Feb 2017
  • Does Sugar REALLY rot Teeth - Part 4 (at last!)

    The conclusion of the rotting tooth.

    published: 19 Feb 2016
  • Six-year-old Mario is having his teeth pulled | Jamie's Sugar Rush

    Jamie gets a shock on a visit to hospital to meet six-year-old Mario, who loves sugary drinks. Obesity and type 2 diabetes ruin millions of lives and threaten to bankrupt the NHS. Jamie Oliver investigates sugar's contribution to global health problems and explores what can be done to help. Head over to All 4 for more now: http://www.channel4.com/sugarrush

    published: 28 Aug 2015
  • Sugar is Rotting my Teeth?

    Sugar does not rot the teeth. Plaque and the bacteria on the plaque does. In the video I share how you can prevent rotting your teeth. I forgot to mention about fluoride in toothpaste and all the other nasties do not do the teeth any good. Over 30 Vegan, High Carb, Low Fat Recipes: Follow this link: http://www.thevegangirl.com/21-day-empowerment-ebook/ Check out my website: thevegangirl.com Link here: http://www.thevegangirl.com/ ★ Instagram: https: https://www.instagram.com/vegangirltonij/ ★ Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VeganGirlToniJ/ ★ Tumblr: http://vegangirltonij.tumblr.com/ ♕ I dare you to watch the Best Speech Ever!: https://youtu.be/qrgH3DgcQO4 If links are missing from the description box it's not because I have deleted them but due to youtube upload...

    published: 13 Mar 2017
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.
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What causes cavities? - Mel Rosenberg

What causes cavities? - Mel Rosenberg

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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.
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Will Soda Really Ruin My Teeth?

Will Soda Really Ruin My Teeth?

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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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MCNA Quick Tips: "Effects of Sugar"

MCNA Quick Tips: "Effects of Sugar"

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Toby the Dental "X-Pert" researches cavities and effects sugar can have on your teeth. Watch for some tips to keep those cavities away! Visit MCNA Dental online at: http://www.MCNA.net Copyright © 2015. MCNA Dental Plans. All Rights Reserved. No part of this video may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of MCNA Dental Plans.
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Tooth Decay

Tooth Decay

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Our goal is to help you prevent tooth decay and keep your natural teeth for a lifetime. That's why we want you to understand the process of tooth decay, from start to finish. Armed with this knowledge, you can take steps to stop tooth decay in its tracks. Bacteria and sugar are the culprits Thousands of bacteria exist in everyone's mouth. Most of these bacteria are beneficial. But there are two types of bacteria, mutans streptococcus and lactobacillus, that are the primary culprits in the tooth decay process. If you're not brushing and flossing regularly, or if your oral environment is out of its natural balance, these bacteria reproduce quickly in your mouth, establishing huge colonies whenever they're given the opportunity to feast on foods that contain sugar. Sugars, which are the building blocks of starchy foods like pasta, crackers, bread, and sweets, can build up on your teeth if you don't brush regularly. This sugar buildup is one component of plaque, a sticky film of saliva, food debris, and bacteria that's constantly forming on your teeth. If it's not removed, plaque mineralizes and can turn into rock-hard tartar in as little as 24 hours. To survive and multiply in your mouth,the decay-causing bacteria feed off of the simple sugars that are produced from the starches you eat. This causes a chemical reaction in which the sugars are broken down into simpler elements. One of these elements is an acid. As you probably know, acid breaks down many things, including your tooth enamel. Every time you eat a starchy food, your teeth are bathed in this acid for 20 minutes or more. The process of decay The acid slowly dissolves the hard, protective enamel layer on your teeth, forming a demineralized area that appears as a white or brown spot on your tooth. That spot is the first visible sign of tooth decay. If the area does not remineralize, it will progress until a hole, also known as a cavity, develops on the surface of your tooth. It's vital that we treat your tooth decay early, before it can penetrate the surface of your tooth. Once a cavity has entered the softer dentin layer of your teeth, it can grow more quickly and may lead to a much more complicated and expensive set of problems. How to avoid decay You can cut down on the frequency of acid production in your mouth by limiting the number of times you eat each day. Also, when you brush and floss properly and regularly, there's very little plaque on your teeth. Consequently, the number of decay-causing bacteria on the surfaces of your teeth will be dramatically reduced, and in turn, they won't be producing the enamel-destroying acid. You should also use toothpaste that contains fluoride, which will strengthen your tooth enamel so it's more resistant to decay. And what about the times when you can't brush? You'll need to use other methods, like rinsing with water or a fluoride mouthrinse or chewing sugarless gum, to minimize the acid attacks and protect your teeth.
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Sugar is rotting my teeth!!

Sugar is rotting my teeth!!

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This video is about teeth and fruit and cavities. Let me know what you think! GET MY EBOOK “EATING COMPASSIONATELY” OUT NOW! https://www.e-junkie.com/ecom/gb.php?c=single&cl=293484&i=1469670 Learn about my personal journey with an eating disorder, how I went vegan, and everything in between. Plus 5 bonus recipes!
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Rotten Teeth

Rotten Teeth

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a close look at rotten teeth
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Larry - That Sugar Film

Larry - That Sugar Film

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Here is a small clip from the film about the effects of sugar on the teeth. This is Larry from Kentucky, he has a condition called 'Mountain Dew Mouth' and it's very common in the region. http://www.thatsugarfilm.com
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Does Sugar REALLY rot Teeth? - Part 1

Does Sugar REALLY rot Teeth? - Part 1

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This is a test to show if teeth rot in sugar.
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sugar rots your teeth ???

sugar rots your teeth ???

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The story of tooth decay

The story of tooth decay

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Its an intriguing story of tooth gabbar n tooth raja...on the morals and principles of. Good oral hygiene and diet ..an the consequences of war with streptomonster ..... Who wins? Who survives? will the good or evil win? Find out...
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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.
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How To Heal Tooth Decay And Reverse Cavities Using This Easy Remedy

How To Heal Tooth Decay And Reverse Cavities Using This Easy Remedy

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Cavities are a type of tooth decay that occur when certain bacteria produces an acid that destroys the tooth’s enamel. Its so powerful that it also destroys the underlying layer (the dentin). Not many people know that it's actually possible to reverse it. There are several ways to naturally reverse cavities. According to a study published in the British Medical Journal, cavities and tooth decay can potentially be reversed with a change in diet. In this study 62 children with cavities were divided into three diet groups. Group 1 ate a standard diet plus oatmeal, rich in phytic acid. Group 2 ate a normal diet and supplemented with Vitamin D, while Group 3 ate a grain-free diet and also took Vitamin D. Researchers found that Group 1, who had a diet high in grains and phytic acid, had an increase in cavities. Group 2 showed improvements in cavities, while Group 3, who followed a grain-free diet with nutrient-rich foods and a Vitamin D supplement, saw the greatest improvements. Nearly all of the cavities in Group 3’s participants were healed.kid teeth Many doctors and dentists have backed the findings of this study, suggesting that diet can in fact help those suffering with cavities to reverse their tooth decay. There are four main things that contribute to tooth decay: Lack of minerals in the diet (deficiencies of magnesium, calcium and phosphorus) Lack of fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E and K) Too much consumption of phytic acid-rich foods Too much consumption of processed sugar Natural Ways to Reverse Cavities 1. Remove Sugar For healthy, cavity-free teeth, sugar cannot be a part of your diet. Not only does it feed oral bacteria that prevents a healthy flow of dental fluids, it’s also highly acidic, allowing it to decalcify and demineralize the structural content of teeth! 2. Consume Nutrient-Rich Foods Beating tooth decay requires an increase in fat-soluable vitamins and minerals. A diet full of vegetables – especially leafy green vegetables, and foods high in healthy fats such as coconut oil and avocado, along with nuts and seeds can help create the ideal diet for battling tooth decay. 3. Eliminate Phytic Acid Phytic acid is a mineral blocker and enzyme inhibitor that’s found in grains, nuts, seeds and beans that are not organic or GMO-free. It can cause serious health problems, such as mineral deficiencies and osteoporosis. Phytic acid prevents you from absorbing the minerals in your food, while leaching minerals out of your body, bones and teeth. Avoid foods high in phytic acid by choosing organic and GMO-free. 4. Try Oil Pulling Oil pulling has been used for centuries as an oral detoxification procedure. Simply swish a tablespoon of coconut oil in your mouth for 20 minutes, then spit the oil into the trash. If 20 minutes is too long, start with 3-5 minutes. Oil pulling has been praised for its ability to treat numerous health issues, from gingivitis to headaches.shutterstock_216984226 5. Use Mineralizing Toothpaste Fluoride-free toothpaste are expensice, but there are some brands that are more affordable. You can also make your own remineralizing toothpaste at home using: 3 tablespoons of food grade diatomaceous earth clay 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda 1/4 teaspoon mint-flavored chlorophyll 1/4 teaspoon peppermint extract 1/2 teaspoon of coconut oil 1 tablespoon filtered water
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Does Sugar REALLY rot Teeth - Part 4 (at last!)

Does Sugar REALLY rot Teeth - Part 4 (at last!)

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The conclusion of the rotting tooth.
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Six-year-old Mario is having his teeth pulled | Jamie's Sugar Rush

Six-year-old Mario is having his teeth pulled | Jamie's Sugar Rush

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Jamie gets a shock on a visit to hospital to meet six-year-old Mario, who loves sugary drinks. Obesity and type 2 diabetes ruin millions of lives and threaten to bankrupt the NHS. Jamie Oliver investigates sugar's contribution to global health problems and explores what can be done to help. Head over to All 4 for more now: http://www.channel4.com/sugarrush
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Sugar is Rotting my Teeth?

Sugar is Rotting my Teeth?

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Sugar does not rot the teeth. Plaque and the bacteria on the plaque does. In the video I share how you can prevent rotting your teeth. I forgot to mention about fluoride in toothpaste and all the other nasties do not do the teeth any good. Over 30 Vegan, High Carb, Low Fat Recipes: Follow this link: http://www.thevegangirl.com/21-day-empowerment-ebook/ Check out my website: thevegangirl.com Link here: http://www.thevegangirl.com/ ★ Instagram: https: https://www.instagram.com/vegangirltonij/ ★ Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VeganGirlToniJ/ ★ Tumblr: http://vegangirltonij.tumblr.com/ ♕ I dare you to watch the Best Speech Ever!: https://youtu.be/qrgH3DgcQO4 If links are missing from the description box it's not because I have deleted them but due to youtube upload default. Please request link in the comments. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, parody, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use.
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