We are really hoping the answer is YES.
Will you brush them even if they do not hurt? Why?
Why will you brush your teeth if you don’t have a cavity?
Have you EVER woken up and thought,
“Hmmm…my teeth don’t hurt me today, so I guess I don’t need to brush them.”
You brush to prevent cavities, to keep your teeth healthy for as long as you can.
Do you ever want to brush your teeth after a particularly goopy snack? Why?
Because you know your teeth need some extra attention and care, because you have done something that is not good for them.
There was a time when many people lost their teeth by age 50. This significantly changed when the ADA started teaching the population about dental health. Now, not only does everyone brush, but they also floss, whiten, straighten, etc.
Think about the demands you put on your nerve system every day.
What happens to your spine and nerve system if you don’t take care of it?