I have a gold molar (because it is more practical than porcelain) maybe that's the utilimate in grossness to you?
Oh yes definitely, I ran out of poll options to be creative with the possibilities :-) there are many reasons for yellow teeth. When I made this question, I was thinking specifically about those caused from a lack of brushing - and to me, it seemed like one of those things the average joe/jane could endure but not like or even prefer, as they appear unhealthy, which is why the question is worded the way it is. Molars are a completely different story in my opinion, nothing wrong with em'.
SoOoO many people hahaha. You'd think with the expansive market for beauty products people would have that fake picture perfect smile by now.
I can understand not bright shining perfect whiteness, it's obvious you've whitened them then. But yellow... dang! hahaa
Oh man I know this one guy who NEVER brushes his teeth, they're pure yellow. It's pretty sad because he's otherwise very attractive. If he picked up a toothbrush every now and then, he'd be a bombshell.
That's actually bad for your health beyond the obvious oral hygiene. If he doesn't brush then he doesn't floss- it'd be weird if he flossed but didn't brush! lol. Anyway I read a thing about gum health and how it effects your heart- if you have a load of bacteria in your mouth and bad gums then the bacteria ends up in your bloodstream and it's bad for your heart. I don't know if it's true or not but it made me up my game in the floss department!
Your heart? Great now you've got me on research-panic-research mode. I'm gonna go... floss for the next 3 hours.
lol, I asked the hygienist when I last went how often you should floss, she said every other day is fine. It's just that some people never do it, or do it so infrequently they may as well not bother.
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