There may have been a bit missing from the Ferris Wheel on The Grand Parade yesterday, but I’m informed that all bits are accounted for now.Related Posts
This SBM article leads me to question the idea that flossing my teeth helps to prevent dental cavities and gum disease.
It’s more complicated than that.
Done “by professionals” it can reduce dental caries (tooth decay) but if you’re not flossing at least five times a week there’s little benefit to it. Maybe the professionals had a technique the rest of us don’t know, or perhaps they were more diligent about flossing during those trials. Who knows?
To floss, or not to floss? That is the question. Now that you are armed with the evidence, you can make the choice which is best for you. If you want to prevent tooth decay, you should focus on reducing your sugar intake, use a fluoridated toothpaste, and perhaps a fluoride mouth rinse. Whether you decide to floss or not depends on your desired outcome. For a fresh, debris-free mouth, yes, go ahead and floss away. If your desire is to prevent cavities or periodontitis, other methods are more effective.
Ouch. I hope he gets some satisfaction soon.
I can’t imagine ever spending the equivalent of $60,000 on a car. It’d get you a lot less in Ireland as well. Yay for VRT!Related Posts
When people talk about how great Mr Robot is I agree but I suspect we’re not talking about the same thing.Related Posts