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Teeth and Skin Care Kelli Jernigan
Caring for your teeth and gums helps you stay healthy!
You can take good care of your teeth by brushing, flossing and protecting them from injury!
It is a good idea to have a daily cleaning plan for you teeth
It is important to brush at least twice a day to remove harmful bacteria.
It also removes food particles and helps loosen plaque! Which helps keep cavities away!!!
Use short, back-and-forth movements on all of your teeth!
If you do not have a toothbrush handy, try using a twig! Like this!!
First, chew on the end to fray it out like a brush. Then, brush normally! Oak Eucalyptus Bay Juniper Fir
No toothpaste?? Try: Charcoal Sea Salt Sage Leaf Eggplant Water Dry Brushing
Lets see how charcoal can be made into toothpaste!!
Brushing does not remove all of the bad stuff, so you need to floss at least once a day too!
No Floss? Try: Cactus Thorn Pine Needle Splintered Pieces of Wood Or household string/yarn
Lets learn how to properly brush and floss!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDZXSMU2lAk
Extra points of protection: Wear a mouth guard during sports activities. Only use your teeth for chewing foods. Get regular check-ups from a dentist or when you can.
How many times should you brush daily? How many times should you floss daily? What foods are good for your teeth?
Protecting our skin from the sun is very important too! (even on cool and cloudy days)
Long sleeves and long pants help protect from harmful UV rays. Light colors to protect against the heat is best.
Sun rays are also very harmful to your eyes! Wear hats and sunglasses to help protect them.
Overexposure to sun rays can cause premature aging and hurt your immune system.
List 3 ways to protect your skin from sun rays. How often should sunscreen be used? What are the negative effects of too much sun exposure?
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