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Federal Way Family Dental Care

Donald C. Ausink, DDS
Mo Mahoutchi, DMD

ADA Accessibility Information

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Why Toothpicks Need to Stay Out of Your Mouth
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After eating out at a restaurant, do you find yourself grabbing a toothpick to chew on? If so, then this is a habit you need to break. Did you know that toothpicks send about 9,000 people to the ER annually? Chewing on a toothpick could result in damage to your gums or teeth due to the sharp points, or it could hurt your mouth if the toothpick breaks.

Instead of chewing on a toothpick, floss your teeth if something gets stuck. If you need something to chew on after a meal, consider a Xylitol-based gum instead. Both of these are better options than having a toothpick in your mouth!

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