Friday, March 12, 2010

Teeth paranoia

Did you ever brush your teeth after you've being out drinking, eating, then realize, "Oh, I actually brushed them 40 minutes ago when I first got home."

Of course, then I paranoidally wonder if doing that is somehow damaging to my teeth.

14 comments:

dentist sydney said...

It is better to have this paranoia than not having them at all. No it doesn't damage your teeth at all.

dentist beverly hills said...

If only more people have that as a habit and not the other way around, there will be fewer people with oral problems.

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Blake Anderson said...

This happened to me before when I was in college. I thought I'm beginning to have Alzheimer's disease, but them thanked God it only happened once.

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jessie bobsy said...

We have the same problem. I always eat and drink after realizing I just brush my teeth. I didn't know that that would damage the teeth.


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Erica White said...

I don't think it'll damage your teeth if you subconsciously brush them constantly. It would help if you take a mental note of reminder once you already brushed your teeth so you won't have to repeat it.

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memphis implants said...

I think that it's normal to have tooth paranoia, just make sure that you really take care of them.

Erica White said...

I don't think it'll damage your teeth if you subconsciously brush them constantly. It would help if you take a mental note of reminder once you already brushed your teeth so you won't have to repeat it.

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Mrs. Mandy Catez said...

I think that there's nothing wrong with being paranoid with your teeth. Your teeth will be then cleaner for sure.
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Isaac Jamieson said...

Ask a cosmetic dentistry in Houston to tell you what side effects of over brushing can do to your teeth. I asked my dentist before about this because I do not want to experience tooth decay and she told me that over brushing can cause damage to our tooth’s enamel.

Amira Black said...

Dentists in Goose Creek sc demonstrates to patients the right way of brushing teeth. Over brushing is really a bad thing and it can cause damage to our teeth instead of cleaning it.

henrypatterson said...

Absolutely Right..i am agree with Amira Black that over brushing is harmful for teeth. It can cause to our teeth. you can brush your teeth 2 to 3 times in a day.

healthysmilesdental said...

Absolutely Right..i am agree with Amira Black that over brushing is harmful for teeth. It can cause to our teeth. you can brush your teeth 2 to 3 times in a day.

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