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'Unacceptable' Number Of Kids With Bad Teeth


A dental expert says tooth decay is not only distressing but has "serious social and financial implications".

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[Homework]2016-03-05 英国儿童患蛀牙超过30%

For generations a battle waged in bathrooms to get them to brush their teeth. Here two brothers with two sets of impressive Nashas, no surprise with TV camera rolling, that technique is textbook. So we put them to the test. So you think you've done a good job. But let's use one of these tablets which will show us who is not exactly how well you really have done. Are you ready? After 3. 1, 2, 3. Crunch up and swallow. So let's take a look. Pretty good, although here, this red area shows where you haven't got rid of all the plaque. But all in all, not bad. Everyone does the best they can to brush their teeth as much as we can get them to brush their teeth. But there always can be bits they miss. It's a guess. The education of the children to make sure they know what they suppose to do and the implications if they don't. But across the country a rather different and worrying picture of oral health is emerging. 14,000 children aged 5 and under needed to have teeth removed in 2014-2015. And 19,000 children aged between 6 and 10 underwent the same procedure during this period. And that all adds up to a 10% increase over the last 4 years and the number of children having teeth removed in hospital.


There are particular black spots especially well levels of deprivation are higher like South Yorkshire and this Sheffield dentist trains colleagues in Africa. But he says levels of decay are as bad back here. Running emergency services here in an in-and-out hours, we see more and more young children coming in with more and more decay. And no matter what this service is thrown at it, it doesn't seem to make much effect*.
One problem is parents not taking their kids for regular check-ups, but is also the changes in our diet.


The government should introduce a sugar text to try to reduce the amount of sugar that is consuming in this country to try to help this problem.


The Department of Health says children's teeth are dramatically healthier than 10 years ago. And that changing the NHS, so dentist get reward for keeping teeth healthy rather than just treating problems as they arise.


Nick Ravenscraft, Sky News.




                                                   
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[Homework]2016-03-05 英国儿童患蛀牙超过30%

For generations, a battle waged in bathrooms to get them to brush their teeth, here two brothers with two sets of impressive N, no surprise that with TV cameras rolling, their technique was textbook, so we put them to the test.
So you think you've done a good job, but let's use one of these tablets which will show us exactly how well you really have done, are you ready? after three, one, two, three, crunch up and swallow. So let's take a look, pretty good although here this red area shows where you haven't got rid off all the plaque.
But all in all, not bad.
Everyone does the best they can, they brush their teeth as much as we can get them to brush their teeth, but there is always going to be a bits they miss, it's I guess the education of the children to make sure they know what they're supposed to do, and know the implications if they don't.
But across the country a rather different and worrying picture of oral health is emerging, 14,000 children aged five and under needed to have teeth removed in 2014 and 2015, and 19,000 children aged between six and ten underwent the same procedure during this period, and that all adds up to a 10% increase over the last four years in the number of children having teeth removed in hospital.
There are particular black spots especially where levels of deprivation are high like south Yorkshire, and this Shefield dentist trains colleagues in Africa, but he says levels of decay are as bad back here.
Running emergency services here in the in and out hours, we've seen more and more young children coming in with more and more decay, and no matter what the services are thrown at it doesn't seem to make much effect at the moment.
One problem is parents not taking their kids for regular check ups, and it's also the changes in our diet.
The government should introduce a sugar tax to trying reduce the amount of sugar that is consumed in this country to try to help this problem.
The Department of House says children's teeth are dramatically healthier than ten years ago, and that they're changing the NHS, so dentists get rewarded for keeping teeth health rather than just treating problems as they arise.
                                                   
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impressive Nashas是什么??
*那里应该是at the moment
最后一句dentist get rewarded for……虽然都是些小细节啦
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[Homework]2016-03-05 英国儿童患蛀牙超过30%

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[Homework]2016-03-05 英国儿童患蛀牙超过30%

For generations, a battle waged in bathrooms to get them to brush their teeth, here two brothers with two sets of impressive N, no surprise, start with TV cameras rolling, that technique was textbook, Harm goes you sure.
so we put them to the test.
So you think you delegate a good job, but let's use one of these tablets which will show us, hold your hands out, exactly how well you really have done, are you ready? after three, one, two, three, crunch up and swallow. So let's take a look, pretty good although here this red area shows where you haven't got rid of all the plague(plack).
But all in all, not bad.

Everyone does the best they can, all brush their teeth as much as we can get them to brush their teeth, but there is always going to be a bit, they miss, it's I guess the education of the children to make sure they know what they're supposed to do, and know the implications if they don't.

But across the country a rather different and worrying picture of oral health is emerging, 14,000 children aged five and under needed to have teeth removed in 2014 and 2015, and 19,000 children aged between six and ten underwent the same procedure during this period, and that all adds up to a 10% increase over the last four years in the number of children having teeth removed in hospital.
There are particular black spots especially where levels of deprivation are high like south Yorkshire, and this Shefield dentist trains colleagues in Africa, but he says levels of decay are as bad back here.
Running emergency services here in the in and out hours, we've seen more and more young children coming in with more and more decay, and no matter what the services are thrown at it doesn't seem to make much effect at the moment.
One problem is parents not taking their kids for regular check-ups, and it's also the changes in our diet.
The government should introduce a sugar tax to trying reduce the amount of sugar that is consumed in this country to try to help this problem.
The Department of House says children's teeth are dramatically healthier than ten years ago, and that they're changing DNA checks, so dentists get rewarded for keeping teeth health rather than just treating problems as they arise.                                                   

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HOMEWORK

For generations a battle waged in bathrooms to get them to brush their teeth. Here two brothers with two sets of impressive Nashers(?). No surprise that with TV cameras rolling, that technique was textbook. So we put them to the test.

“Do you think you’ve done a good job? Let’s use one of these tablets which will show us exactly how well you really have done. Are you ready? After three. One, two, three. Crunch up and swallow. So let’s take a look. Pretty good although here, this red area shows where you haven’t got off all the plaque.”

But all in all, not bad.

“Everyone does the best they can. They brush teeth as much as we can get them to brush their teeth, but there is always going to be a bit they miss. It’s…I guess education of the children to make sure they know what they are supposed to do, and know the implications if they don’t.”

But across the country, a rather different and worrying picture of oral health is emerging. 14,000 children aged five and under needed to have teeth removed in 2014 and 2015. And 19,000 children aged between six and ten underwent the same procedure during this period and that all adds up to a 10% increase over the last four years in the number of children having teeth removed in hospital.

There are particular black spots especially where levels of deprivation are higher like South Yorkshire. And this Sheffield dentist trains colleagues in Africa. But he says levels of decay are as bad back here.

“Running emergency services here in an in-and-out hours, we’ve seen more and more young children coming in with more and more decay. And no matter what the services are thrown at it, it doesn't seem to make much effect at the moment.”

One problem is parents not taking their kids for regular check-ups, and it’s also the changes in our diets.

“The government should introduce a sugar tax to try to reduce the amount of sugar that is consumed in this country to try to help this problem.”

The Department of Health says Children’s teeth are dramatically healthier than ten years ago, and that they are changing the NHS, so dentists get rewarded for keeping teeth healthy rather than just treating problems as they arise.”

Nick Ravenscroft, Sky News.
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