I would say the lack of flossing. What happens is I often see more cavities have developed between the teeth where if a patient flosses properly and effectively, developing decay in between the teeth is significantly reduced. That’s number one.
Number two is, I would say about 90% of my patients, way more than most people would ever imagine, are grinders or aggressive clenching during the day and/or night. They’re not even aware of it. That’s the thing that’s the biggest concern for me. Patients will just go on thinking that everything is normal and fine and it doesn’t take very long for the teeth to start to break down and the whole dentition to break down.