By Michael Gerson-USA TODAY Sports The toothbrush has been one of the most popular products for people who want to keep their teeth healthy, but some people just don’t have the money or time to get the proper care.
The new U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) report found that dental care is no longer considered a routine and people who can’t afford the extra cost could be seriously hurting their teeth.
The agency said the new data showed that the majority of Americans didn’t get dental care in the past year, and only about 20% of Americans had dental coverage.
The survey also found that the prevalence of oral diseases such as cavities and tooth decay has increased significantly in recent years.
It found that about 14% of adults have had at least one toothache in the previous year.
About one-third of adults with cavities or tooth decay have had a dental visit, and the other 20% had no dental care.
There are some things that can help prevent cavities.
People with lower levels of sodium may be able to get relief from cavities, as long as they’re not going to get a dental treatment.
People who have more dental work in their teeth are more likely to have a better chance of keeping cavities at bay.
And if they have cavities in their jaw or gum, they should get treatment before it happens, the CPSC said.
Some people are just better off than others.
There is no clear set of guidelines for how much toothpaste to use for brushing and flossing, so if you don’t know what you’re looking for, the most common options are either plain or high-quality dental products.
The CPSC says it will be taking public comments until August 11 on the new recommendations.