If you sneeze after you brush your teeth at night should you brush again?

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Chewed Bubblegum Profile

I love how there's 166 views but only 6 answers because this is such a bizzare question lol

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Simon Templar answered
The primary reason to brush is to reduce or eliminate the build-up of plaque over the course of time since the last time you brushed; thus, presuming you did an awesome job brushing, there's a good chance the sneeze would not have an impact on your teeth.

So - just the once!
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cool star answered
No its not at all necessary...
Edward  Anderson Profile
Edward Anderson answered

Not brushing after you eat, before you sleep on the nighttime, can be likened to having oral excrement. When you brush your teeth, you help remove food and plaque.

chen lyfen Profile
chen lyfen answered
No, I don't, but if I eat after brushing my teeth, then I have to brush it again.
Maddie Profile
Maddie answered
I don't think so, as ridding your body of germs through the nose does not seem to relate to the cleanliness of your mouth......

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