Weird Dental Facts
Venice, FL is known worldwide as the Shark Tooth Capital. Ten million years ago, when Florida was submerged under water, the area was teeming with sharks.
Sharks do not suffer from cavities. They don't brush or floss, but they also eat a diet perfectly suited to them.
New teeth are constantly being formed in rows in a shark’s jaw. A shark typically loses at least one tooth per week.
In the 18th century people would sell their teeth to the rich, who then used them to make false teeth.
Fans of Western novels are no strangers to the name Zane Grey. Before writing over 80 books, Pearl Zane Grey practiced dentistry in New York.
Before it was sold over-the-counter for oral care, did you know that Listerine was initially invented in the 19th century as a surgical antiseptic, and later promoted as a floor cleaner and cure fo
Prince Charles reportedly relied on former senior valet Michael Fawcett to squeeze toothpaste onto his royal toothbrush.
Sofia Vergara, otherwise known as Gloria Pritchett on Modern Family, studied pre-dentistry at the University of Colombia for three years, and, she's "obsessed" w