If you don't floss, you might become a very gross but weirdly satisfying Internet video.

If you don't floss, you might become a very gross but weirdly satisfying Internet video.
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Brace yourselves, Internet, because a new category of gross videos has been discovered: calculus removal. Even more stomach-turning than regular calculus, dental calculus is the term for tartar and plaque that has built up around neglected teeth and calcified. If you've ever scoffed at the dentist for scolding you about flossing, you could end up like the mouth in this silent clip, which seems perfectly normal until the teeth seem to shatter, and then you realize—that isn't tooth. (More below)

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"That was awful," you're probably saying, "totally disgusting. Can I see more?" Of course, old chums. To ease you into it, here's a video with upbeat music from a dental office in Mexico:

But wait! It gets grosser! Here's a full video of a smoker in Japan who didn't floss, or go to the dentist for a decade. Yum! Apologies for the asinine watermark on the video:

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Believe it or not, it can get much worse. This stuff actually really damages your teeth, their roots, and potentially your jawbone, so much so that the teeth basically come out with the calculus. Go to the dentist! And learn to floss for eff's sake.

Related: The best gross-but-mesmerizing videos of stuff being pulled out of the human body.

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