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In office teeth whitening $250 Take home kit $125. For a limited time only  #teethwhiteningmiami   #miamidentist   #jcfloresdmdmiami  

DID YOU KNOW:
- There are more bacteria in your mouth than people on Earth.
- More than ½ of all adults have the early stages of #gumdisease  
- The average American spends only about 38 days brushing teeth over a lifetime.
- Children in North America spend ½ billion dollars per year on chewing gum.
- The average #toothbrush  contains about 2500 bristles.
- Dental floss was 1st manufactured commercially in 1882.
- People who drink 3 or more sugary sodas per day have 62% more #toothdecay  , fillings, and tooth loss.
- More than 300 types of bacteria make up dental plaque
- While most adults exert about 20-40 lbs. of pressure when their teeth make contact, people who clench and grind exert as much as 250 lbs. of pressure on their teeth.
- The average American drinks more than 53 gallons of soda each year.
- Your teeth are as unique as fingerprints.  Even identical twins have different “dental fingerprints.”
- Grand Rapids, Michigan was the 1st city in the U.S. to fluoridate its water.
- The hardest part of the human body is the enamel found on your t
teeth.

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ANIMAL DENTAL TRIVIA

Dogs have 42 teeth while cats have 30 teeth.
Pigs have 44 teeth.
Armadillos have as many as 104 teeth.
Sharks have an unlimited supply of teeth.
Rabbits', squirrels' and rodents' teeth never stop growing. They keep them worn down by gnawing on hard foods like bark.
Even though whales are very big, some of them don't have any teeth. They have rows of stiff hair-like combs that take food from the ocean.
Snails are very small but they have thousands of tiny teeth all lined up in rows.
Minnows have teeth in their throat.
A crocodile replaces its teeth over 40 times in a lifetime.
Turtles and tortoises are toothless.
A mosquito has 47 teeth.
An elephant's tooth can weigh over 6 pounds. That's heavier than a big jug of milk!
Fangs are not found in all snakes, but all snakes do have teeth - usually 6 rows worth. The teeth are curved backwards, just like the barbs on a fishing hook, which keeps their prey from escaping.
"Long in the tooth," meaning "old," was originally used to describe horses. As a horse ages, their gums recede, giving the impression that their teeth are growing in length. The longer the teeth look, the older the horse.
Aardvark teeth have no enamel coating and are worn away and regrown continuously.
The mammal that has the most teeth is the long snouted spinner dolphin with 252 teeth.

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