Dental FAQ #2
The age old saying “An apple a day keeps the dentist away” is still quite true, except for the fact that we have slowly moved away from coarse foods and have embraced the refined food age (read Junk food). Gone are the days on munching an apple straight and in come the days where we delicately chop the apple in to 4-5 little gentle squares for a more delicate-English-like serving of apple. The process of eating an apple allowed cleansing thoroughly around all teeth especially the area in between the teeth.
Why do I have to clean the area in between the teeth, doesn’t it clean with my brush?
Have you ever wondered a simple brush only reaches that the front and back surface of your tooth only hence actually touching only 70% of the tooth the remaining 30% is in between which the brush did not even touch. Here lies the fundamental problem of your frequent visits to the dentist, you might be brushing very well BUT your brush never touched the 30% and hence those humongous cavities
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Do the simple math and clean the remaining 30% and hence account for the entire 100% cleaning and you then have a faint (*wicked smile*) chance to never visit the dentist ever again – Think its a Dream – Believe me its possible.
Do your part, by simply brushing twice a day and flossing at least once a day, purchase a dental floss from any departmental store or a pharmacy and follow this simple technique.
Once you get in the flow of using a dental floss it would not take more then a minute to do all your teeth. Get into the habit and say goodbye to dentists forever …….. Damn I’m going to go out of business in Karachi …….