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$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

Who Wants

a

Million

$$

Smile?


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$100

What is tooth enamel?

D

A

B

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C

The soft pink or brown tissue that surrounds a tooth and helps to hold it in place.

The second layer of a tooth. It protects the nerves and blood supply.

A:

B:

The protective, outermost layer of a tooth. It the hardest substance in the body.

The second hardest substance in the body. It helps hold teeth in the proper place.

C:

D:


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Enamel

Dentin

Gum

Nerve &

Blood

Supply

Bone

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Tooth enamel protects the nerves and blood vessels

in the tooth from germs that cause cavities.


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$200

What is a cavity?

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A hole in the tooth

A tooth that got knocked out

A:

B:

A filling in a tooth

None of the above

C:

D:


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Excellent!

Cavity

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A cavity is a hole in tooth enamel.

If you have a cavity and don’t see the dentist

the cavity will continue to get bigger, hurt more, and you may lose the tooth. See the dentist soon!


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$300

What is plaque (plak)?

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A source of bad breath and the reason why teeth feel “fuzzy” when you don’t brush

A smelly, sticky layer of germs on your teeth

A:

B:

A sign that cavities and gum disease may be developing

All answers are correct

C:

D:


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Fantastic

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Regular brushing

and

flossing removesplaque.

Great News!


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$500

How often should you brush your teeth?

At least twice a day- in the morning and before going to bed

A:

B:

Once a day

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Never

Only when you feel like it

C:

D:


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Brilliant!

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Brush at least twice a day –

in the morning and especially at bedtime.


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$1,000

What parts of the mouth must be brushed?

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Brush only the teeth you see when you smile

Brush the front teeth and chewing surfaces of back teeth

A:

B:

Brush all surfaces of the teeth, tongue and gumline (where the teeth and gums meet).

Brush your front teeth

C:

D:


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Well done!

You’re on your way to a

Million Dollar Smile!

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Keep brushing all areas of the teeth –

front, back and chewing surfaces.

Don’t forget the tongue and gumline (where the teeth and gums meet).


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$2,000

Brushing removes plaque.

How many minutes should you brush?

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30 seconds

At least two minutes

A:

B:

1 minute

5 minutes

C:

D:


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Super!

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Brush at least twice a day for two minutes

with toothpaste that contains fluoride.


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$4,000

Replace your toothbrush about every three months.

What kind of toothbrush bristles are best for your teeth?

A:

B:

It’s not important

Hard

Bristles

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Medium

Soft

C:

D:


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Very good!

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A soft bristle toothbrush will not wear away

tooth enamel and gums.


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Incorrect

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$8,000

How often should you floss?

Once a month

Once a week

A:

B:

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At least once a day

Never, it’s not important

C:

D:


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Awesome!

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Daily flossing removes plaque

from the sides and in between teeth

where toothbrush bristles can not reach.


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$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?

Football, Field Hockey, Basketball

Wrestling, Boxing, Martial Arts

A:

B:

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Lacrosse, Soccer, Gymnastics

All of the above

C:

D:


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Terrific!

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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!


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$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?

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20 to 40 minutes

5 minutes

A:

B:

10 minutes

1 hour

C:

D:


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Brilliant!

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  • An acid attacks last about 20 to 40 minutes.

  • Each new bite or sip of a sugary food starts a new acid attack.

  • Frequent acid attacks damage tooth enamel.

  • Saliva helps stop an acid attack.


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Unfortunately…

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$64,000

What are sealants?

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to select your answer.

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

A:

B:

A plastic covering placed on chewing surfaces of back teeth to help prevent cavities

None of the above

C:

D:


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Well done!

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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.


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$125,000

What is the best thing to drink between meals?

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Water

Apple Juice

A:

B:

Sweet Tea

Milk

C:

D:


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Very good!

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It is best to drink water between meals.

Water that contains fluoride is best!

Drink juice, milk or sweet tea with meals or snacks.

  • 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.


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Incorrect

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$250,000

What should you do if a permanent tooth is knocked out?

Hold it by the crown (top) and gently place it in milk or water (don’t scrub!)

Find it!

B:

A:

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to select your answer.

Go to the dentist IMMEDIATELY.

All of the above

C:

D:


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Excellent!

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Find the tooth! Don’t 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!


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Wrong Choice!

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$500,000

What are some of the risks of getting a mouth piercing?

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to select your answer.

Pain, infection, blood clots, and swelling of the tongue, lips or cheeks

All of these choices are risks for mouth piercings

B:

A:

Nerve damage, excessive drooling and damage to gum tissue

Chipped or cracked teeth, inability to speak clearly, difficulty eating

C:

D:


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Very good!

Infected tongue piercing

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Mouth piercings may cause…

  • 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

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$1,000,000

Calcium helps build strong teeth and bones.

Which food list DOES NOT contain calcium?

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Green leafy vegetables such as collard greens, spinach, and broccoli

Dairy foods such as milk, cheese and yogurt

A:

B:

Oranges, strawberries and papaya

They all contain calcium

C:

D:


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Fantastic!

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  • 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.


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Unlucky

You were ALMOST a millionaire!

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Hey Millionaire! There’s one more slide left!

Congratulations!

You've Got A

Million $$ Smile!


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Office of Oral Health

Family Health Administration

Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

This program is strictly intended for educational

and non-commercial purposes only.

Special thanks to LHS for creating the initial “Millionario” template, downloaded from www.tes.co.uk/resources on 11/01/10.

Additional oral health education materials are available at:

www.fha.state.md.us/oralhealth/

Contact information:

410-767-5300

[email protected]

201 W. Preston Street, 3rd Floor

Baltimore, MD 21201

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