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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Dr Gadgil said that parents normally discard milk teeth of their children when they fall out.
Sevibe and Procell will collect milk teeth and forward them to BioEden for storage.
Children who have decay in their milk teeth get decay in their permanent teeth - the same picture of decay in five-year-olds is seen in 12-year-olds.
And hundreds of children aged between four and six are showing such extreme signs of tooth decay that they are left without any milk teeth at all.
Do cats lose their milk teeth, too, and is it possible he like to bite everything because his gums are itchy?
If left untreated, decaying milk teeth can cause abscesses and then the teeth may need to be taken out.
A report called Children's Dental Health in the UK 1993, found that 50% of children aged five to six had erosion on their milk teeth.
The Milk Teeth brush has a chunky handle for little fingers and a smaller head with soft bristles, while four to eight-year-olds can have fun with the Flexosaurus brush with a handle shaped like a dinosaur.
But in households where milk teeth are still worth cash under the pillow, the going rate is now up to PS2.
Wasted, the artist's new exhibition at The Herbert, Coventry, includes inter-related sculptures made from children's milk teeth, discarded human bones, dental casts and human fat.
Most children have a full set of 20 milk teeth by the time they're three years old.