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McKinney Orthodontics Educates on New Evidence that Crooked Teeth are Genetic
Date:12/3/2012

McKinney, TX (PRWEB) December 03, 2012

Many years ago, a company that sold margarine ran an ad campaign that said, “It is not nice to mess with Mother Nature”. In the case of what causes crooked teeth this may be words of wisdom. As we look into our history to conjure what might have caused the human race to suddenly develop crooked teeth we find three hypotheses that might explain how this happened.

Theory number one suggests that the Industrial Revolution is responsible. This began in Britain around 1750. The concept is that the air was fouled by the output of the refineries. The poor air led to constriction of the airways which led to misshaped jaws and crooked teeth. British teeth have been a point of ridicule lately with Austin Powers on the scene. This theory can partially be evidenced by industrial countries displaying a greater percentage of crowded teeth than non industrialized companies. But there is probably more to it.

What might go along with the industrial revolution’s negative impact on the smile is theory number two processing of foods, especially sugar. A dentist with a camera named Weston Price took photos of populations of many continents in the 1930’s that fed on their indigenous foods. He returned later to take pictures of the next generation feeding on processed foods such as white flour and refined sugar. His pictures show an evolution of decay and crooked teeth showing up in the next generation.

Good dental health begins with the diet of the parents. The Samoan boy on the left was born to parents who ate nutrient-rich native foods. The Samoan boy on the right was born to parents who had abandoned their traditional diet. He has crowded dental arches, and will be more susceptible to dental decay.

The last theory of what causes crooked teeth is typical of the notion not to mess with Mother Nature. Pacifiers have been around since ancient times. However the baby bottle got its’
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