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The health of your teeth and gums is one of the most important things you should focus on in order to keep your entire body healthy, but with that being said, a lot of people today tend to forget just how important oral hygiene really is. So, here are a few interesting facts about your teeth, just to get you thinking about your dental health in a different way:
- Your teeth started developing before you were even born. Baby teeth don’t start to appear until well after birth (except in a few very rare cases), and it’s true that these teeth end up falling out naturally as they’re replaced by “adult” teeth. But a baby’s teeth actually begin developing inside the womb because it’s that important for humans — even small children — to have strong teeth.
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