Your tooth’s enamel is the hardest part of your body!
If you brush properly and live the average length human life, you will have spent nearly 40 full days brushing your teeth when all is said and done.
Adult humans have 32 teeth, while babies only have 20.
When a tooth is lost, it will start to die within 15 minutes. You can increase the life of a lost tooth by placing it in milk, or keeping it in your mouth. Make sure to call Pacific Dental Care as soon as possible.
The amount of saliva one human being will produce over their lifespan can fill two olympic-sized swimming pools.
25% of kids haven’t been to a dentist by their first day of kindergarten.
Adults consume 65% of candy produced in the U.S.
The most common childhood disease is tooth decay.
Human beings have two sets of teeth over their lifetime, while the average shark has closer to 40.
The tooth you see when you brush and smile is only the tip of the iceberg. One third of the tooth is located beneath your gums.
The entire population of the earth doesn’t add up to the amount of bacteria in your mouth right now as we speak.
At the time of taking the presidency, George Washington only had one of his original teeth left.
Brushing daily can reduce your chance of tooth decay by 25%.
The American Dental Association estimates that more than 75% of Americans over 35 have some form of gum disease.
Keeping your bi-annual visits with Pacific Dental Care can help increase your oral health as well as increase your overall health, which have been shown to be inextricably linked.