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Dentistry 101

written by: Sia
 
You love eating chocolate and drinking coke? You might want to reconsider after playing this quiz :-).

Question 1:


Dental caries, commonly known as a cavity, is one of the most common health disorders, second only to this one.
Fever
Sore throat
Mumps
Cold

Question 2:


A caries is formed as a result of food debris. Food remnants mix with saliva and bacteria, and result into this mixture that glues to the teeth.
Plaque
Starch
Dirt
Amalgam

Question 3:


Plaque and bacteria begin to accumulate approximately this long after eating.
20 minutes
60 minutes
30 minutes
5 minutes

Question 4:


This is one of the first symptoms of dental caries. It is most pronounced when consuming sweet, hot or cold foods and liquids.
Saliva overproduction
Toothache
Numbness
Bad breath

Question 5:


Cavities are generally painless. However, if not treated, they enlarge and eventually become painful as they reach the internal structure of the tooth, especially this part.
Root
Calculus
Dentin
Enamel

Question 6:


Sugar is a major reason for tooth decay. Due to the high content of sugar in most carbonated drinks, you can diminish the risk of tooth decay by sipping through a straw.
False
True

Question 7:


Fruit juices cause about as much harm to your teeth as Colas do.
True
False

Question 8:


Despite its natural origins, this food is particularly bad for your teeth; it is sticky and contains concentrated fruit sugar.
Juice
Dried fruits
Chocolate Milk
Puree

Question 9:


This substance is a substitute for sugar that can help prevent tooth decay. It decreases plaque formation and blocks the bacteria from producing the acids that cause cavities.
Aspartame
Dentin
NutraSweet
Xylitol

Question 10:


This substance is naturally present in water. It keeps the enamel strong and can stop or even reverse the process of tooth decay.
Nitrite
Fluoride
Nitrate
Chlorine

 


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