Brush & floss, THEN give up smoking
Hey, it is not my thought. Just the sign in the john at the dentists business office.
Amusing text at bottom reads:
‘The botttom line is that using tobacco qualified prospects to periodontal (gum) illness which in the end leads to tooth reduction. The great information is that the threat of tooth loss decreases soon after people stop using tobacco.
The chain can be damaged by brushint and flossing regularly and by stopping the use of tobacco.’
Must that not be the other way all around for optimum usefulness?
By evo_terra on 2008-01-21 15:31:45