Use of fluoridated toothpaste and it‘s impact on human oral health - copy

Fluoride is naturally found in the water, plants, soil, rocks, and air. Fluoride is a mineral in your teeth and bones. It is commonly used in dentistry, because fluoride is great scientific source of strengthening the enamel of tooth and protects teeth against decay. Fluoride mainly slowing acid production of bacteria caused by plaque and protects teeth against a process of demineralization. This is accruing when bacteria combine with sugars to create acid that erodes the tooth. The essential of a good oral hygiene is highly recommended, because can help preventing bad breath, tooth decay and gum diseases, can help to keep your teeth as you get older. Toothpaste is an important part of good oral hygiene with various option available, which can be har to know which one is the correct choice. Many toothpastes contain fluoride, this questionnaire is assessing people’s knowledge about fluoridated toothpastes and its impact, the importance of their choice when buying a toothpaste.

The poll results are private
What is your gender?
What is your age?
What is your highest level of education?
What is your occupation?
Number of times do you brush your teeth per-day?
Do you use toothpaste?
What attracts you to the toothpaste that you choose?
What are preferences toward ingredients present in your toothpaste?
What is the effect of fluoride in toothpaste?
Do you know it is important to use fluoridated toothpaste?
What is most important to avoid cavities?
Have you had any toothpaste instruction?
Do you know mechanism behind loose teeth/ gum disease?
Do you know how to avoid loos teeth/ gum disease?
Do you the mechanism behind cavities?
Do you have difficulties in chewing food due to problems in your mouth?
Do you have headache due to problems in your teeth/ mouth?
Have you ever felt bad or been ashamed of your mouth?
Fluoride toothpaste?
Fluoride in toothpaste has which of following actions?