The world’s most important tooth space for you
If you’ve been using a toothbrush, the one that comes with it, for the past few months, you might be a toothless toothless person.
But you could still be one.
Read moreRead moreIt’s called a tooth space, and it’s a critical part of the oral health regimen for many people.
In the United States, tooth space is a key indicator of oral health, and many people have difficulty keeping their teeth at a healthy level.
It’s also a big reason why people tend to have more tooth decay.
Tooth space is defined as the distance between the upper and lower teeth, and its importance has been on the rise in recent years, particularly in children and teens.
The average person uses around 25% of their available tooth space to brush, and those that do often end up brushing a lot, and for a long time, brushing with their teeth was considered a major health concern.
Now, a new study from researchers at the University of Maryland and Harvard School of Public Health finds that tooth space can actually be a useful tool for dentists, dentists can be more effective at preventing cavities, and tooth decay can be significantly reduced with proper dental hygiene.
Researchers at the UMD and Harvard study a cohort of more than 2,200 people from ages 18 to 78, and they found that the average person had a toothspace of just over 15% of available teeth.
That’s still quite a lot of space, but a significant increase compared to the previous study, which found that just over 20% of people had a cavity.
The researchers then looked at what kinds of teeth had been lost and found that, at the very least, people who lost a lot (as was found in the previous analysis) were having a higher incidence of cavities.
In fact, people with cavities had a rate of 2.5 times the rate of those with healthy teeth.
The findings were published in the Journal of Oral Epidemiology and Clinical Research.
The study also found that those who lost the least amount of tooth space had a lower incidence of tooth decay than those who had the most tooth space loss.
This could be because the people who didn’t have much space lost more of it as well.
“The more space lost, the more tooth loss,” said study lead author Julie Daubert, a researcher at the Department of Dentistry at the university.
Daubert’s team looked at the data on more than 4,500 people over the age of 70, and also looked at their tooth history and tooth wear history.
They then looked for correlations between tooth wear and the levels of tooth loss and dental wear.
These findings indicated that those with the most dental wear (meaning teeth that had worn down or that had lost more than 15% to the space that they currently had) had a higher risk of developing cavities compared to those who did not have a lot or even none of dental wear history at all.
“When you look at tooth wear, you can’t ignore the risk of dental decay,” Dauber said.
Dentists can help people prevent tooth decay and improve their dental health, especially with regular brushing, she said.
They can also improve oral health by using a dental tool that has a higher capacity for tooth removal, and by using toothpastes that are less abrasive, and that don’t leave stains on the teeth.
In addition to dentists and dentists themselves, there are a number of groups that can help improve tooth health, too.
For example, it can help to keep your teeth clean, and to improve your overall oral health and the oral mucosa, which protects teeth.
“You can use a toothpaste or toothbrush to improve oral hygiene, which is really important for people who have compromised oral health,” Daur said.
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