5 Tricks to Kick Your Worst Oral Habits

November 18, 2021


 #1. Have an ‘I can do it, I can do it attitude. #2. Be a good sport. #3. Be a great listener. #4. Be honest. #5. Put in a few extra minutes each day.

Oral habits are a tricky one to kick. We've all done it. It's kind of a shame that most of us don't use them as much as we should, because you can't always get away with them. But, with that said, here are five tricks to kick your worst habits.

1. It starts with a good attitude. Don’t be a jerk.

Don’t be rude. Don’t be a dick. If you do, you’ll feel worse about yourself later. I know, I’ve done it. I’ve been rude. I’ve been mean.

Many people feel bad about themselves when they have a bad habit. It's like a red flag that says “I hate myself”. Most of the time it's a defensive thing. It's the way we’ve been trained to act and think that we don't like others. This could be a good thing or a bad thing too. I think it's good when you try to kick your bad habits because then you may be able to see the good in yourself.

There might be a good reason why someone is bad at something and you don't notice, but if it's a big enough deal, you may regret it.

Also, you may find yourself getting annoyed, which is the opposite of what you want. So you want to make a point with your mouth. You want to be kind. You want to be helpful. You want to be a good person and not a dick. You need to be reminded not to be a dick with your mouth.


Your mouth is one of the most important parts of your body. It is the most frequent way you communicate with the world. Your choice of words, tone of voice, and facial expression affect all other parts of your body, so it is important that you use them wisely.

The mouth is not only a part of the body, it is also one of the most important parts of the brain.

It is one of the first places that people try to communicate with one another, and it can do a lot for your overall personality. It affects your ability to think logically, make decisions, pay attention, and be empathetic. It also affects your ability to make a good impression.

I used to be a horrible person for taking the time to brush my teeth.

I would have great oral hygiene, but I couldn’t stop my bad habits (the bad habits that lead to my wife not wanting to have anything to do with me) from resurfacing. Now that I am well on my way to becoming a world-class oral hygienist, I’m going to do a lot of things differently. I will no longer use a toothbrush while brushing.

Toothbrushes cause a lot of oral bacteria to grow on the bristles, which creates bad breath. The more bacteria on your brush, the more likely it is to cause bad breath, and there's a lot to be done about that. To combat bad breath, you can use a mouthwash, but that also has the potential to make your brush even worse.

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