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Teeth: Good Bad And Rotten.
I made this slideshow to emphasize the importance of brushing your teeth.
If you clean your teeth they will always look like this... 1% Gross
If you clean your teeth even more they will look like this. 0% Gross
If you have just good teeth they will look like this. 4% Gross
But if you dont clean your teeth they will look like this. 50% Gross
Or this… 85% Gross
Or Maybe even this… 100% Gross
Or If you dont have any teeth your mouth will look like this!!! 70% Gross
Or Maybe even this weird guy! 40% Gross
Or if you have gingivitis your gums will look like this. 65% Gross
Or these gums!!! 90% Gross
Or have pus in your teeth!!! 90% Gross
Or have pus gums like these! 85% Gross
I hope this slideshow REALLY helped!
Maybe I steered a little away from the point. Of Cleaning your teeth: D
Well, Bye! Thanks for watching this Come back soon!!!!
Table of Contents Page 3-6 Good teeth Page 7-9 Bad teeth Page 10-11 No teeth in mouth Page 12-13 Gingivitis Page 14-15 Pus Gums Page 16-19 Ending
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