When I clicked the submit button on the survey, the question remained the same, but the answers changed.
Either something screwed up behind the scenes, or our HR department is really branching out these days.
I got my
I am not surprised that my teeth have more plaque than usual - it's my own fault for eating too healthy these days. Healthier foods tend to result in more tartar, but less plaque. The same acids in the plaque that dissolve your teeth also dissolves the tartar. It's like a choice between a kick in the privates, or a knee in the privates. I get to choose between eating sugary foods and rotting away my teeth, or eating healthy foods and irritating my gums to the point where my healthy teeth fall out anyway.
You know, it could be worse. For all the times I bite my cheek or tongue by accident, I imagine how much worse it must be for a cat with its razor-sharp teeth.