By RoyallyGrossedOut - / Wednesday 19 June 2013 07:22 / United States
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By  tralala453  |  22

If he still takes care of his teeth I don't see why it matters.

  xlord  |  27

In fact I haven't been to the dentist in about two years, however I don't smoke and brush my teeth twice daily plus gargling free meals. Plus I havent seen any signs of tooth decay etc.

  RedPillSucks  |  31

Actually, just because you brush doesn't mean you wont have decay.
Lots of times you wont even notice until it gets really bad, so I feel that this is a bad reason not to go to the dentist regularly.

  doubleddun  |  9

I don't see how this is disgusting. In Australia it's recommended we see the dentist only every two years, it would just be a waste of money otherwise. I don't know any statistics but I'd say we have fine teeth. I personally have never had any fillings or anything. As long as you look after your teeth, what's the problem?


68 is right. I didn't go to the dentist for 10 years because my parents never took me. I finally went on my own at 19 because I heard dental problems can affect your brain and the x-rays showed 7 cavities. I brushed my teeth twice a day, and never felt any pain or anything in my teeth. I wasn't flossing very often though, so that might have had something to do with it.

  dejahree  |  7

Why are there so many unsolved murders in Kentucky?....

There are no dental records and everybody has the same DNA...

Comment is based off a joke... Calm yourselves people...

By  tralala453  |  22

If he still takes care of his teeth I don't see why it matters.

  toxophilia  |  6

Well, regardless of how great you take care of your teeth, cavities can still form between the teeth, or erosion can start to appear. That's why visiting the dentist regularly is a good idea; prevention is better than cure.

By  Laikue  |  6

It's true! Don't doubt him! The Government is just a front, DENTIST OFFICES are where the REAL Governing happens! Don't be fooled by blankets of lies!

  Myo_fml  |  20

I can top you on that one, it's been about seven and a half for me. My family doesn't have dental coverage with the insurance so we only go if something hurts. I don't see how the dental visits matter if you take good care of the teeth on your own.

  1lowscort  |  8

It was 15 years since I went to the dentist a couple years ago for a cleaning. I take decent care of my teeth and have no more problems with them than most anybody my age. I have no worries.