Why the most expensive parts of your teeth may be costing you the most

The Sport is pleased to present the latest in dental technology, including a brand new app and app to help you track your cavities.

The latest version of our mobile app, which has been updated to include a redesigned look, now includes a “Calculate” feature that helps you find the best way to track your dental cavities, which you can use to help your dentist fix the problem.

This feature works as a sort of dashboard and will show you a chart for each of your tooth crowns, giving you a visual overview of your cavitations and where they are located.

The app also has a new “Calc” feature, which shows you your total cost for your dental services, which can be used to make decisions about whether or not you should have more cavities fixed.

The new app is currently available on the Play Store, Google Play and Apple App Store, and it is currently priced at $19.99.

If you’re struggling to get a denture, or just want to know where you are in the process of getting a new one, you can download the app and use the app’s calculator to find out how much you’ll be paying for your services.

If you don’t have a toothbrush, you’ll need to get one, and the app will help you find one by showing you the recommended toothbrushes that can be purchased.

If the cost of getting your toothpaste has been rising rapidly over the last few years, it may be time to consider upgrading to a fluoride toothpaste.

According to a study published by the American Dental Association in 2012, people over the age of 45 were spending $4.9 billion a year on fluoride toothpastes, with many of these spending an average of $1,500 a year.

Fluoride toothpaste manufacturers like Johnson & Johnson have announced plans to invest $20 billion in new toothpaste technology in the coming years, and you can check out our new feature article for more information on how to get the best price for a new fluoride toothbrush.

We hope that you enjoyed this article.

If so, let us know in the comments what you thought about the article, and if you have any questions about the app, or your dental care needs.