Quiz: Teeth Brushing: Not Just a Pretty Smile
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Teeth Brushing: Not Just a Pretty Smile
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About This Quiz

Your parents and your dentist always told you to brush your teeth, but, it turns out that your primary care physician is on the same bandwagon. Brushing your teeth is more than just good for your mouth. Take this quiz to find out the many healthy benefits that your toothbrush holds.

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Brushing your teeth can reduce gum disease, a condition linked with what male health concern?
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True or False: Brushing your teeth doesn't remove tartar.
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Good oral care, like daily brushing and flossing, can help reduce the risk of what respiratory disease?
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Chronic gum disease and poor oral care in pregnant women is correlated to what birth conditions?
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True or False: Pregnant women need to suspend dental visits until after they give birth.
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What condition is NOT associated with good oral health like brushing, flossing and healthy gums?
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Gum disease, which can be a result of poor brushing and flossing habits, may increase the risk for what disease?
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For optimal health benefits, how many times a day should you brush your teeth?
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Chronic gum disease can have what adverse effect for couples trying to conceive a baby?
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Regular teeth brushing will stop the growth of plaque.
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Approximately how many calories does brushing your teeth burn?
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If you brush your teeth, you won't have halitosis, or bad breath.
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When should women pay special attention to good teeth brushing and oral habits?
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Periodontal or gum disease can be caused by poor brushing and flossing habits. What is NOT a symptom of gum disease?
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