Tooth

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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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"In my mind, permanent tooth is more important since my own milk tooth got worn & decayed, after growing my permanent tooth, there is no sign of that decay so milk tooth is not that important and because no other permanent tooth grows, it needs a lot of care" (17- year old boy, third- grade high school student).
Follow these tips and you can help keep your kids' teeth decay free: 6 Start brushing your baby's teeth with fluoride toothpaste as soon as the first milk tooth breaks through as this helps prevent and control tooth decay.
Milk tooth traditions BRITAIN, parts of Europe, Australia and the US - children place milk teeth under their pillow for the tooth fairy who leaves a coin or small gift in exchange FRANCE and Mexico - Children place their milk teeth under the pillow for La petite Souris (the little mouse) in France; and Ratoncito Prez in Mexico LEBANON - children throw their milk teeth into the ocean or into a field and say a rhyme for a long life OMAN - children face the sun and throw the tooth as far as they can GREECE - children throw their tooth up on top of the roof as a way to receive good luck ITALIAN parents keep the baby tooth as a keepsake for their children JAPAN and Korea - upper teeth are thrown under the house, while lower teeth are thrown up on the roof.
The permanent tooth's growth stimulates the absorption of the milk tooth's root, allowing it to work loose and leave a gap.