If you’ve ever been to the wax shop and seen a customer waxing car parts, you’ve probably been reminded of the infamous wax-splitting scene in “The Shining,” in which an old man waxes the teeth of a young boy.
It’s a scene that comes up repeatedly in movies and TV shows.
“When you’re waxing teeth, you’re going to have a little bit of a problem,” says Dr. James K. O’Brien, an associate professor of dermatology at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta.
“I think it’s one of the reasons people don’t wax teeth.
The other reason is the fact that there’s a risk of tooth decay, and if you’re not careful, it can actually lead to tooth loss.”
To wax teeth, most people get their teeth waxed at a dentist.
But some people, including dentists and plastic surgeons, use a home waxing machine or a plastic brush that can be inserted into the gums and used as a mouthwash.
“Some people do it for cosmetic reasons,” O’Malley says.
“But if you have some sort of underlying condition, like you’re diabetic or have a history of gum disease, you can get into trouble.”
O’Hara recommends that you use a high-quality, long-lasting wax that’s not drying out or getting in the way of your teeth.
“The way to keep your teeth looking good is to use a good wax that has a good, long shelf life,” he says.
But for a dental implant, it’s best to avoid using a home appliance.
“Home waxing machines are usually not good for patients,” says O’Sullivan, who has treated more than 300 patients at his practice.
“They’re not very hygienic.
They can get the wax out in the mouth and onto your teeth, and they can get all the wax into the cavity and not get anywhere else.
So I don’t recommend using one.
It may be a great option for a patient who has a dental procedure, but not for a person who has chronic gum disease.”
If you’re considering getting a car speaker, O’Shea says it’s important to choose a speaker that will work with your teeth and be safe for your mouth.
If you have a medical condition that can affect your dental health, you should consult your dentist to make sure that the speaker you’re choosing is the right one.
If not, he says, “There’s nothing wrong with a dental-related procedure.
But it’s a bit of an overreaction to say, ‘Oh, this is not safe for my mouth.'”