Show some solid evidence that all animals get up to brush, or that primitive humans used to brush. This question is really thought provoking. Now in this age we have convenience so we brush.
Show anyone who has seen Oral B’s Zigzag brush a picture of a primitive man lighting a fire with two stones… if you use a time machine. Have you ever seen a shark or a crocodile, which crushes even the strongest of a hundred bones, brush Colgate with salt?
Keeping the teeth clean is a good thing, now if you have a brush, you should do it. But this question is logical and I don’t think it right to make fun of it instead of answering it. The saltwater crocodile with this picture has a bite force of 3700 psi. And I don’t know whether it is using Colgate or Pepsodent.
List of consequences you may face if you don’t brush your teeth;
|Plaque||Accumulation leads to cavities and gum disease|
|Bad Breath||Bacteria thrive, causing persistent odor|
|Gum Disease||Gingivitis and periodontitis can develop|
|Tooth Decay||Acid produced erodes enamel, causing decay|
|Tartar||Hardened plaque buildup requires dental help|
|Stains||Teeth discoloration from food and drinks|
|Tooth Loss||Advanced decay and gum disease lead to loss|
|Health Risks||Linked to heart issues and respiratory problems|
|Aesthetics||Smile appearance deteriorates without care|
|Expensive Treatments||Dental interventions become necessary|
Remember, maintaining good oral hygiene through regular brushing and dental care is crucial for your overall health and well-being.
If anyone has any useful information on this topic that would benefit everyone, please share…thanks.