Beeswax Cure For Toothache

Archaeologists have found a 6,500-year-old tooth in Slovenia that shows traces of a beeswax filling. This is the most ancient evidence of prehistoric dentistry in Europe, and was most likely used to reduce sensitivity from a tooth worn down by activities such as chewing hide to soften it, and weaving. Nowadays, teeth are more vulnerable to the effects of acids and sugars in the diet. Prevention is better than cure, so take advantage of regular, dental check-ups.

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