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Teeth - Some More Implants
Another difficult quiz on teeth, dentists, and related trivia.
What does "long in the tooth" mean?
The molars of today's African elephant can be longer than a foot.
Only three groups of land creatures get cavities - humans, pets kept by humans, and this group.
Which of the following is least likely to cause tooth decay according to The American Dental Association?
Which statement regarding snakes is true?
All snakes have fangs.
All sea snakes have fangs.
All land snakes have fangs.
All snakes have teeth but not all snakes have fangs.
Which statement is true?
Tongue "prints" cannot uniquely identify a person.
It takes more muscles to smile than to frown.
China has the most cavities per person per year.
In Louisiana, biting someone with your natural teeth is simple assault but biting with false teeth is aggravated assault.
Which statement is untrue?
When a gorilla is angry it shows its teeth.
Mosquitoes have teeth.
Lemon sharks grow new teeth every two weeks.
The Statue of Liberty's teeth are 3 feet wide.
The first human to have an inch long tooth was a fourth grade student in Ontario, Canada.
Orin Scivello is the name of a fictional dentist in this movie that was made into a play. Steve Martin portrayed him in the movie remake.
Little Shop of Horrors
In a 1976 thriller, as Sir Laurence Olivier's character drills into Dustin Hoffman's character's unanesthesied tooth, he asks Hoffman's character this question.
Where are the jewels?
Will they come?
Is it safe?
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