Teeth are an extremely important part of our lives.
We eventually grow two sets of teeth, the first being
referred to as "baby teeth", and the second set called
permanent teeth. From the time we get our first tooth,
we rely heavily on our teeth to help us obtain the
sustenance necessary for life. While many of us realize
the important part our teeth play in our daily lives,
rarely do we give much thought to the physics behind
teeth- their eruption, the correction of their position,
as well as the physics of chewing. It is this area in
which I aim to provide new insight as well as offering a
few interesting facts about teeth and dental care.