Mr Gross Mouth [tobacco-damaged mouth model] : [kit]Material type: TextPublisher: Elora, Ont. : Description: 1 wooden model with detached plastic tongue + 1 laminated poster (40 in. x 20 in.).Subject(s): Oral manifestations of general diseases | Smoking | Tobacco -- adverse effects | Nicotine -- adverse effects | Neoplasms -- etiology | Tobacco Industry
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|Kit||Janis P. Bellack Library General Stacks||AOD TOB MR OV (Browse shelf)||Available||36349000001452|
Available: Directional Learning, 480 Washington St., Elora, Ontario, Canada, N0B 1S0. Phone 519-846-5397.
"Chewing tobacco and snuff cause oral cancer, gun disease, cavities and loss of teeth as illustrated on this model. To further demonstrate the filthiness of smokeless tobacco, partially fill the model's mouth from the bottle of tobacco juice provided. Instructions for care: wash with soap and water. To make the model spit, lift the front of the tongue with a finger or tongue blade and drop it onto the juice. Gross!"
Accompanied by the poster "Sucked In : here's what the tobacco industry is hiding in cigarettes". Scientists have found many deadly chemicals in cigarettes and cigarette smoke. Every year, almosts 6,000 people in B.C. die from smoking. For more information, check out the web site at "www.tobaccofacts.org." Some of the chemicals in cigarettes are listed on the poster such as: methoprene, benzopyrene, arsenic, acetone, lead, formadehyde, turpentine, propyline glycol, butane, cadmium, ammonia, benzene, etc.