If you’ve been wondering what your teeth are actually made of, you may be surprised to learn that your teeth aren’t really made of anything at all.
The idea of whitening your teeth is nothing new, but the idea that your dental plaque can actually be made out of bacteria has only become a lot more mainstream.
The practice was introduced in the 1950s, when dentists were more concerned about the appearance of the teeth than treating dental problems.
Today, the toothpastes, whitening agents and other products marketed as “treatments” for whitening dentures are commonly sold by health food stores, health food retailers and even dentists.
For example, a Crest Whitening mouth wash called Crest Whiten is sold by the brand, but its ingredients are made by Crest Healthcare.
In fact, the company’s website says that Crest Healthcare is “dedicated to improving the quality of life for patients worldwide through research and development” and “promoting wellness through a broad range of dental products.”
But it’s not just the dentists who use the mouthwash.
A 2014 survey by the Consumer Product Safety Commission found that almost 40 percent of consumers believe that toothpaste containing parabens is safe, according to the Associated Press.
But the FDA does not require toothpaste manufacturers to list paraben content on the labels of their products, so consumers can buy toothpaste that contains parabenes.
Many health experts, including Dr. Mark Hyman, the founder of the Cochrane Collaboration, say that the use of parabenzas in toothpastse ingredients is not safe.
“This is a huge public health issue, and it’s been a huge concern for the last 30 years,” Hyman told the Associated Post.
“There’s a lot of evidence out there that parabenos are toxic, and that they can cause cancer, and some of those are pretty strong evidence.”
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is investigating the possible connection between Crest Whitener and the coronavirus, and the company said it would be releasing a statement “later this week.”
What you need to know: What is coronaviruses?
The American Academy of Pediatrics says that coronaviral infections can cause a range of health problems, including chronic cough, fever, diarrhea, ear infections, mouth ulcers, skin lesions, pneumonia and more.
In a 2015 report, the American Academy also found that people who have been exposed to the virus are more likely to have an increased risk of death.
What to do if you think you may have been infected: If you think that you or a loved one may have contracted the coronas, call your doctor right away.
If you or someone you know has recently been exposed, see your doctor.