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A '''teeth cleaning twig''', '''twig toothbrush''', '''bush toothbrush''', '''tooth twig''', '''chew stick''', or '''chewing stick''' is a [[tool]] made from a twig from a tree with [[antimicrobial]] properties, which can thus help prevent [[tooth decay]] and [[gum disease]].
 
A '''teeth cleaning twig''', '''twig toothbrush''', '''bush toothbrush''', '''tooth twig''', '''chew stick''', or '''chewing stick''' is a [[tool]] made from a twig from a tree with [[antimicrobial]] properties, which can thus help prevent [[tooth decay]] and [[gum disease]].
   
==History==
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==History(look theyre dead now get over it)==
 
Chew sticks were twigs with a frayed end used to brush against the teeth,<ref name="origins">{{cite book|last=Panati|first=Charles|title=Extraordinary Origins of Everyday Things|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=U662rR2VInQC&pg=PA208|year=2013|publisher=HarperCollins|isbn=978-0-06-227708-4|pages=208–209}}</ref> while the other end was used as a toothpick.<ref name="dentalb"/> The earliest chew sticks were discovered in Babylonia in 3500 BC,<ref name="dentalb"/> an Egyptian tomb dating from 3000 BC.<ref name="origins"/> and mentioned in Chinese records dating from 1600 BC.<ref name="dentalb">{{cite book|last=Yu|first=Hai-Yang|last2=Qian|first2=Lin-Mao|last3=Zheng|first3=Jing|title=Dental Biotribology|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=tsSqVeaHUv0C&pg=PA19|year=2013|publisher=Springer|isbn=978-1-4614-4550-0|pages=18–19}}</ref> In Africa, chew sticks are made from the tree ''[[salvadora persica]]'', also known as the "toothbrush tree."
 
Chew sticks were twigs with a frayed end used to brush against the teeth,<ref name="origins">{{cite book|last=Panati|first=Charles|title=Extraordinary Origins of Everyday Things|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=U662rR2VInQC&pg=PA208|year=2013|publisher=HarperCollins|isbn=978-0-06-227708-4|pages=208–209}}</ref> while the other end was used as a toothpick.<ref name="dentalb"/> The earliest chew sticks were discovered in Babylonia in 3500 BC,<ref name="dentalb"/> an Egyptian tomb dating from 3000 BC.<ref name="origins"/> and mentioned in Chinese records dating from 1600 BC.<ref name="dentalb">{{cite book|last=Yu|first=Hai-Yang|last2=Qian|first2=Lin-Mao|last3=Zheng|first3=Jing|title=Dental Biotribology|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=tsSqVeaHUv0C&pg=PA19|year=2013|publisher=Springer|isbn=978-1-4614-4550-0|pages=18–19}}</ref> In Africa, chew sticks are made from the tree ''[[salvadora persica]]'', also known as the "toothbrush tree."
   
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