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These Incredible Tooth Carvings May Not Be What You Think

Civilization-Egypt CGI image, Maxam toothpaste ad campaign (“Don’t let germs settle down.”), by JWT Shanghai, China.

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Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre - The Ruins Of

Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre - The Ruins Of Detroit (Broderick Tower)

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Cure Tooth Decay Naturally

Cure Tooth Decay Naturally...FABULOUS AND SIMPLE article on how to heal tooth decay & have a diet that supports good tooth health!


Tooth Decay Image 2: This is also a great image for my reference as it shows tooth decay in a severe state yet different in colour and shape to the other image. (Ref: Tooth Decay Image 1). This provides me with a different style of tooth to sculpt as part of my design.

Children buy off-ration sweets, London, 5 February 1953.


Tooth Decay Image 1: This is an extremely useful image as it shows an actual depiction of severe tooth decay. I will be sculpting my own teeth for the my character and there will not only be healthy teeth but also ones in different stages of decay. I will be using not only the colour of but also the shape from this photo for my own.

Tooth decay is not caused by bacteria, and that is why brushing and flossing don't work too often to reverse tooth decay. Tooth cavities a sign of deficiency of fat-soluble vitamins and water soluble minerals in our diet. Changing the mineral content of your blood by changing your diet and improving your mineral absorption will, in a high percentage of people, remineralize teeth :: Image of full remineralization of child's teeth


Sad Tooth/Happy Tooth/Mag. Pictures "Sad tooth, sad tooth, full of tooth decay. Sweets and soda pop made me this way." "Happy tooth, happy tooth shiny and bright, brushing keeps me healthy and white."

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A Science Fair Project on Tooth Decay

A Science Fair Project on Tooth Decay | eHow

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Remineralize Teeth and Fight Tooth Decay with Cacao!

How #FairTrade #Chocolate is Preserving Indigenous Culture in the Amazon. | Via The Pachamama Alliance