2. You’ll build up bacteria in your mouth
Bacteria is not always a bad thing, but when it is stuck to your teeth, inside that warm, wet mouth of yours, it will breed until you have a mouth full of these microscopic organisms that will grow and grow into clear sticky film on your teeth called plaque.
Yeah, it’s pretty gross, yet simply brushing your teeth regularly helps to remove plaque and prevent it from forming.
3. You’ll get cavities
When bacteria grows and develops into plaque that sticks to your teeth — and you leave it there — it will fester. It will eat away at your teeth creating tiny holes called cavities.
And once a cavity forms, it will grow. And grow. And grow. Soon you will have a gaping hole in your tooth or holes in your teeth that will lead to our next problem.
4. You’ll have pain
When a cavity deepens, it will reach all the way down to the nerves in your teeth. When this happens, you will feel pain — pain so unbearable that you may even cry.
You may even have difficulty with our next item on the list …
5. You’ll have trouble eating
When your teeth hurt, it makes it difficult to chew. Not only that, but drinking cold or hot beverages could irritate the hole in your tooth.
Acidic things like oranges and tomatoes will cause great discomfort, and you might find it extremely difficult to enjoy eating.
6. You’ll develop gum disease
Gum disease like gingivitis and periodontal disease are most frequently caused by bacteria and plaque buildup. Yes, that same substance that eats away at your teeth also causes your gums get inflamed and erode.
When this happens, you threaten the very integrity of your teeth because gums protect your bones and keep your teeth in place. And when your gums are threatened …
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