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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Who Wants aMillion$$ Smile? Smile? $100 $200 $300 $500 $1,000 $2,000 $4,000 $8,000 $16,000 $32,000 $64,000 $125,000.

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Presentation on theme: "1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Who Wants aMillion$$ Smile? Smile? $100 $200 $300 $500 $1,000 $2,000 $4,000 $8,000 $16,000 $32,000 $64,000 $125,000."— Presentation transcript:

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2 Who Wants aMillion$$ Smile? Smile? $100 $200 $300 $500 $1,000 $2,000 $4,000 $8,000 $16,000 $32,000 $64,000 $125,000 $250,000 $500,000 $1,000,000 Click here to start playing!

3 A:B: The second layer of a tooth. It protects the nerves and blood supply. The soft pink or brown tissue that surrounds a tooth and helps to hold it in place. $100 What is tooth enamel? C:D: The second hardest substance in the body. It helps hold teeth in the proper place. The protective, outermost layer of a tooth. It the hardest substance in the body. Click on the ORANGE diamond to select your answer. B D A C

4 Excellent!Excellent! Tooth enamel protects the nerves and blood vessels in the tooth from germs that cause cavities. Click here to advance to the next question. Enamel Nerve & Blood Supply Gum Dentin Bone

5 Unlucky!Unlucky! Thats incorrect Click on the sad guy to try again! Ill take you back to the Main Menu

6 A:B: A hole in the toothA tooth that got knocked out $200 What is a cavity? C:D: A filling in a toothNone of the above Click on the ORANGE diamond to select your answer.

7 Excellent!Excellent! A cavity is a hole in tooth enamel. If you have a cavity and dont see the dentist the cavity will continue to get bigger, hurt more, and you may lose the tooth. See the dentist soon! Click here to advance to the next question. Cavity

8 SorrySorry Thats incorrect… Click on the sad guy to try again! Ill take you back to the Main Menu

9 A:B: A smelly, sticky layer of germs on your teeth A source of bad breath and the reason why teeth feel fuzzy when you dont brush $300 What is plaque (plak)? C:D: All answers are correct A sign that cavities and gum disease may be developing Click on the ORANGE diamond to select your answer.

10 FantasticFantastic Regular brushing and flossing removes plaque. Click here to advance to the next question.

11 Oh dear! Theres a better choice… Click on the sad guy to try again! Ill take you back to the Main Menu

12 C:D: NeverOnly when you feel like it $500 How often should you brush your teeth? A: B: At least twice a day- in the morning and before going to bed Once a day Click on the ORANGE diamond to select your answer.

13 Brilliant!Brilliant! Brush at least twice a day – in the morning and especially at bedtime. Click here to advance to the next question.

14 SorrySorry Thats incorrect… Click on the sad guy to try again! Ill take you back to the Main Menu

15 A:B: Brush only the teeth you see when you smile Brush the front teeth and chewing surfaces of back teeth $1,000 What parts of the mouth must be brushed? C:D: Brush your front teeth Brush all surfaces of the teeth, tongue and gumline (where the teeth and gums meet). Click on the ORANGE diamond to select your answer.

16 Well done! Keep brushing all areas of the teeth – front, back and chewing surfaces. Dont forget the tongue and gumline (where the teeth and gums meet). Youre on your way to a Million Dollar Smile ! Click here to advance to the next question.

17 Unlucky!Unlucky! So sorry – Try again! Click on the sad guy to try again! Ill take you back to the Main Menu

18 A:B: 30 secondsAt least two minutes $2,000 Brushing removes plaque. How many minutes should you brush? C:D: 1 minute5 minutes Click on the ORANGE diamond to select your answer.

19 Super!Super! Brush at least twice a day for two minutes with toothpaste that contains fluoride. Click here to advance to the next question.

20 Oh no! Thats incorrect!… Click on the sad guy to try again! Ill take you back to the Main Menu

21 $4,000 Replace your toothbrush about every three months. What kind of toothbrush bristles are best for your teeth? C:D: MediumSoft Bristles A:B: Its not importantHard Click on the ORANGE diamond to select your answer.

22 Very good! A soft bristle toothbrush will not wear away tooth enamel and gums. Click here to advance to the next question.

23 IncorrectIncorrect So near and yet so far! Click on the sad guy to try again! Ill take you back to the Main Menu

24 $8,000 How often should you floss? C:D: At least once a dayNever, its not important A: B: Once a week Once a month Click on the ORANGE diamond to select your answer.

25 Awesome!Awesome! Daily flossing removes plaque from the sides and in between teeth where toothbrush bristles can not reach. Click here to advance to the next question.

26 Sorry!Sorry! Thats incorrect… Click on the sad guy to try again! Ill take you back to the Main Menu

27 $16,000 A mouth guard prevents broken or chipped teeth and also protects lips, tongue and jaw from injury when playing sports. The American Dental Association recommends wearing a mouth guard for which sports? C:D: Lacrosse, Soccer, Gymnastics All of the above A: B: Football, Field Hockey, Basketball Wrestling, Boxing, Martial Arts Click on the ORANGE diamond to select your answer.

28 Terrific!Terrific! Playing any contact sport without a mouth guard could cause injury to teeth, gums, lips and jaw. Guard that winning smile by wearing a mouth guard! Click here to advance to the next question.

29 UnluckyUnlucky Thats incorrect… Click on the sad guy to try again! Ill take you back to the Main Menu

30 A:B: 20 to 40 minutes $32,000 Sugary foods and drinks feed the bacteria that cause tooth decay. The bacteria make acids that attack tooth enamel. How long do acid attacks last? C:D: 5 minutes 10 minutes1 hour Click on the ORANGE diamond to select your answer.

31 Brilliant!Brilliant! Frequent acid attacks damage tooth enamel. Saliva helps stop an acid attack. Click here to advance to the next question. An acid attacks last about 20 to 40 minutes. Each new bite or sip of a sugary food starts a new acid attack.

32 Unfortunately…Unfortunately… Thats incorrect! Click on the sad guy to try again! Ill take you back to the Main Menu

33 A:B: A metal fitting placed on top of a tooth after a cavity has been removed A naturally occurring mineral that is applied to teeth to reduce cavities $64,000 What are sealants? C:D: A plastic covering placed on chewing surfaces of back teeth to help prevent cavities None of the above Click on the ORANGE diamond to select your answer.

34 Well done! A sealant is a plastic covering placed on chewing surfaces of molars. Molars are the back teeth used for chewing and grinding. Sealants are applied quickly by a dentist or dental hygienist. Click here to advance to the next question.

35 Im sorry Thats incorrect… Click on the sad guy to try again! Ill take you back to the Main Menu

36 A:B: WaterApple Juice $125,000 What is the best thing to drink between meals? C:D: Sweet Tea Milk Click on the ORANGE diamond to select your answer.

37 Very good! Milk contains calcium which is good for teeth and bones. It also contains a type of sugar called lactose. Lactose does not cause cavities as easily as other types of sugars such as sucrose (table sugar) and fructose (sugar in fruit). Apple juice contains sugar (fructose) and citric acid. Sweet tea contains tannic acid and sugar. Tea made without sugar is a better choice. It is best to drink water between meals. Water that contains fluoride is best! Drink juice, milk or sweet tea with meals or snacks. Click here to advance to the next question.

38 IncorrectIncorrect You should have got that one! Click on the sad guy to try again! Ill take you back to the Main Menu

39 $250,000 What should you do if a permanent tooth is knocked out? C:D: Go to the dentist IMMEDIATELY. All of the above A: B: Find it! Hold it by the crown (top) and gently place it in milk or water (dont scrub!) Click on the ORANGE diamond to select your answer.

40 Excellent!Excellent! Find the tooth! Dont try to clean the tooth or put it back in your mouth. Instead, put it in a container of milk or warm water… Then, go to a dentist IMMEDIATELY! Click here to advance to the next question.

41 Wrong Choice! Look again- There is a better choice! Click on the sad guy to try again! Ill take you back to the Main Menu

42 A: B: Pain, infection, blood clots, and swelling of the tongue, lips or cheeks All of these choices are risks for mouth piercings $500,000 What are some of the risks of getting a mouth piercing? C:D: Chipped or cracked teeth, inability to speak clearly, difficulty eating Nerve damage, excessive drooling and damage to gum tissue Click on the ORANGE diamond to select your answer.

43 Very good! Pain, infection, blood clots, and swelling of the tongue, lips or cheeks Chipped or cracked teeth, inability to speak clearly, difficulty eating Nerve damage, excessive drooling and damage to bone and gum tissue Mouth piercings may cause… Click here to advance to the next question. Infected tongue piercing (Image from travelandsmile.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/page2)

44 Sorry!Sorry! Thats incorrect… Click on the sad guy to try again! Ill take you back to the Main Menu

45 A:B: $1,000,000 Calcium helps build strong teeth and bones. Which food list DOES NOT contain calcium? C:D: They all contain calcium Dairy foods such as milk, cheese and yogurt Oranges, strawberries and papaya Green leafy vegetables such as collard greens, spinach, and broccoli Click on the ORANGE diamond to select your answer.

46 Fantastic!Fantastic! These foods – Dairy foods such as milk, cheese and yogurt Green leafy vegetables such as collard greens, spinach, and broccoli Oranges, strawberries and papaya contain calcium. These foods – Cereal, rice, whole wheat bread, mashed potatoes Fish, chicken, spaghetti and sauce, roast pork, baked ham, sausage Cottage cheese, fruits, grape juice, cooked peas, and spinach contain fluoride. Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral that reduces cavities in children and adults. Click here to advance to the next question.

47 UnluckyUnlucky You were ALMOST a millionaire! Click on the sad guy to try again! Ill take you back to the Main Menu

48 Hey Millionaire! Theres one more slide left!

49 Office of Oral Health Family Health Administration Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Contact information: W. Preston Street, 3 rd Floor Baltimore, MD Special thanks to LHS for creating the initial Millionario template, downloaded from on 11/01/10. Additional oral health education materials are available at: This program is strictly intended for educational and non-commercial purposes only. Ill take you back to the Main Menu Press the ESCAPE key to exit


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