Interesting Facts About Human Teeth

Check out the range of fun tooth facts for kids. Learn about different types of teeth, how many you have, what they does and many more. Read and enjoy a variety of interesting information about human teeth in this blog topic by CRB Tech Reviews.

  • Teeth are used to help breaking your food.
  • Humans have 2 sets of teeth during their life time.
  • Teeth starts to form even before you were born; the milk teeth or baby teeth starts to form when the baby is in the womb, but they come through when the child is between 6-12 months old.
  • The first set (also called baby teeth) has 20 teeth.
  • Humans have only two sets of teeth in their lifetime—baby teeth and permanent teeth. Once you have your permanent teeth, ensure good oral care.
  • The second set (also called adult teeth) has 32 teeth.
  • Baby teeth are get replaced by adult teeth between the age range of 6 and 12.
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  • Humans have a variety of teeth including molars, premolars, canines and incisors. Humans use the four types of teeth (incisors, canine, premolars, and molars) to cut, tear and grind their food
  • Incisors help bite pieces from food.
  • Canines help hold and tear food apart.
  • Molars help grind the food.
  • Teeth are covered in a hard substance called enamel. The enamel on the top surface is the hardest part of the entire body.
  • Teeth are surrounded by gums.
  • No two people have the same set of teeth; your teeth are unique like your fingerprint.
  • Cavities do damage a tooth if left untreated.
  • Braces are often used to help correct teeth alignment.
  • Your mouth produces over 25,000 quarts of saliva in lifetime, that’s enough to fill two swimming pools. Saliva has much usage, which includes assisting with your digestion and protecting your teeth from oral bacteria.
  • An average person spends 38.5 days brushing their teeth in their lifetime.
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  • Many diseases are connected to your oral health, which includes heart disease, osteoporosis, and diabetes.
  • One third of your tooth is underneath your gums, which means only two third of your tooth is visible.
  • If you tooth gets knocked out, put it in milk and hold it in your mouth that will help your tooth to survive longer. And ensure you see a dentist right away.

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