Visit a dentist, check your teeth or mouth from tonsil stones
Based from therabreath.com news here:
Did you know that 1 of 3 Americans didn't visit a dentist last year, this is a very surprising fact for me, though Americans are modern and reported has great and healthy lifestyle, but according to this data which reported about 30% of Americans didn't visit the dentist is quite strange for me, and you know what? this behavior has not changed since a few years ago until 2013 of last year.
"According to a new Gallup poll, one-third of Americans did not visit the dentist within the past 12 months, a trend that has remained unchanged from 2008."
"Regular dental visits are essential in steering clear of problems like plaque or tartar buildup, tooth decay and gum disease. It also presents a good opportunity to ask about oral health concerns such as tonsil stones and dry mouth, which are side effects of many prescription medicines."
From the fact above, we can see that taking care of teeth through visiting a dentist is very important for all of us, even these activities must always in our yearly plan, at least 1 time per year. If we won't to take care of our teeth, then there will be other problems such as tonsil stones in coming. In essence, the tonsil stones can be prevented by taking care of our teeth regularly, and we have to keep all in control by visiting a dentist. So, do you've visited the dentist this year?
True story from Jennie Chislett (Melbourne, AU) on removing her tonsil stones here...