Out of the Gene Pool Re-Runs by Matt Janz

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  1. Ginrummy33

    Ginrummy33 said, about 3 years ago

    It’s actually better for your teeth to brush BEFORE a meal, and then floss after. Flossing is ten times more important than brushing. Get some of those flossing tools that are like brushes instead of using that awkward loose string. Lucky genetics is really what gives you good teeth or not. No, I’m not a dentist.

  2. hank01

    hank01 GoComics PRO Member said, about 3 years ago

    Brushing removes plaque and food particles not between the teeth. That what it is recommended, by dentist to brush after eating.

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