Brushing Your Teeth
So we all know brushing our teeth is important right? But did you know that people with unhealthy teeth generally don’t spend enough time cleaning their teeth or doing the simple things each day they know they should. Why? Because it’s boring. Our team at Spektor Dental discovered a creative app that may just be the solution for you.
Developed by dentists, a free brush dj app makes keeping your teeth healthy more fun and effective. Keeping your gums and teeth healthy is something fun to enjoy. We want you to have fun keeping your smile healthy.
This app is available on iPhone and Android devices. Enjoy. You know we love helping you smile!
Don’t forget! The American Dental Association also recommends using an antimicrobial mouth rinse plus flossing daily between your teeth to get rid of food particles and minimize plaque and bacteria.
One of our local news stations ran an item on their website recently that lists the things folks would be willing to give up in order to keep their cell phones. It was an interesting survey with some pretty surprising findings. If nothing else, it certainly prompted some lively debate here at the office.
The survey was conducted last month by TeleNavi, a mobile applications company, and the 514 cell phone users who were interviewed provided some stunning responses to the query, “Would you rather give up your cell phone for a week or …?” For instance, would you believe about a third of respondents said they’d get along just fine without sex if they could keep their cell phone? And that 70 percent of that group were women?
The survey goes on to say that 70 percent of those surveyed would give up alcohol in exchange for fulltime possession of their cell phone. A little more than half would forego caffeine (55 percent) and exercise (54 percent); and one in five would toss out their toothbrush, shoes or computer just so they could keep talking and texting via cell phone.
OK, this was fun for awhile, but giving up your toothbrush? Are these 20 percenters crazy? You can walk barefoot, you can live without coffee, and your cell phone is practically a computer anyway. But selecting your toothbrush over your cell phone?
What are you going to be talking about on that fancy phone if you’re not brushing your teeth on a regular basis? “Hi, Margie, guess how many of my Continue Reading »