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How Well Do You Know Your Teeth?

Knowing your teeth is one thing; taking care of them is another. You can trust the science of Sensodyne® to provide you with lasting care and sensitivity relief.*

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  1. Correct!
    Wrong!

    Two

    According to the American Dental Association, you should brush your teeth for at least two minutes, twice a day.

  2. Correct!
    Wrong!

    False

    Sensitivity derived from whitening is usually only temporary.

  3. Correct!
    Wrong!

    Four

    There are four different types of teeth in a human mouth: incisors, canines, premolars, and molars.

  4. Correct!
    Wrong!

    Incisors

    Incisors are your four front teeth.

  5. Correct!
    Wrong!

    Enamel

    Enamel works as a protective layer over your teeth.

  6. Correct!
    Wrong!

    32

    Most adult mouths hold 32 teeth.

  7. Correct!
    Wrong!

    37

    According to Guinness World Records, the most teeth found in a living human being at present time is 37.

  8. Correct!
    Wrong!

    False

    Plaque is technically the sneaky culprit behind cavities, as it's actually the bacteria in plaque that release harmful acids when sugar is digested.

How Well Do You Know Your Teeth?

You and your teeth are friendly acquaintances at the moment.

You've got a bit to learn about your teeth, but if you brush up on your facts, you'll be an ace in no time!

You and your teeth are friendly acquaintances at the moment.
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You're pretty tight with your teeth.

You’re on your way to a great relationship with your teeth.

You're pretty tight with your teeth.
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You and your teeth are BFFs!

You basically know your teeth like the back of your hand.

You and your teeth are BFFs!
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You and your teeth are soulmates!

You’re a tooth guru.

You and your teeth are soulmates!
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If you know your teeth, you know what a pain sensitivity can be. Look to Sensodyne®, the #1 dentist recommended toothpaste for tooth sensitivity, as your source for sensitivity protection.*

*With twice daily brushing.

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