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I am 41 years old and I take terrible care of my teeth. I can remember when I was younger ,I never used to brush my teeth, maybe twice a week, nowadays if I remember I brush once a day. But still, maybe only 3-4 times a week. I don't mind the odd sugar snack as well. Always had white teeth even though I don't brush.

But despite all of this, I have NEVER had a cavity or even had pain in my gums or teeth area.

So can you go through your entire life without cavity?

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    Can you? Yes, obviously. I know quite a few people who do that. I’m quite the opposite of you - I brush regularly and even so I still get stains very easily. I don’t really see what you want though, TBH. Is a case example of someone who died without cavity proof enough? Maybe you can help me out understanding the core of your question... – Narusan Oct 20 '17 at 12:03
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    As posed this is a yes or no question. Usually we like to give slightly longer answers. For that to happen you need to remove a little weakness of this question: Currently it is a bit unclear what you are asking. Please refine your question with the help of Narusan's comment and the help. – LаngLаngС Oct 20 '17 at 12:31
  • How do you know you've never had a cavity? Do you still go for regular 6 month dental cleanings and therefore have a record from the past ~30 years of never needing fillings? – WakeDemons3 Oct 20 '17 at 13:42
  • @WakeDemons3, I go the dentist every couple of years. – KyloRen Oct 20 '17 at 18:03
  • @LangLangC, I am just looking for an answer the question??? Is this not a Q & A site to gather information? It is a very simple question, "Is it possible to never get a cavity in someone who lives to the average lifespan of a human?" – KyloRen Oct 20 '17 at 18:06
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Well, you could die today and that would make the answer yes.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/why-do-some-people-get-mo/

Dental caries is the most prevalent infectious disease in humans, affecting 97 percent of the population in their lifetime.

From the above we can conclude that 3% of the population go their entire lives without a cavity.

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