I'd hate to be in a world where every bite of food I took was a world of pain. I'm sure there are others here that feel the same way. Not only is there pain to deal with, but there's the real threat of not being able to eat. Beyond pain and nutrition, there's the social aspects. People generally have a different opinion of those with teeth and those without teeth.
So let's start putting some information together about keeping your teeth in the PAW.
Assuming you won't only be drinking water in the PAW, any drink other than water would have some effect on the teeth. Why not prevent as much of this drink from coming in contact with your teeth with a straw.Wikipedia wrote:One particular advantage of using a straw when drinking is the reduction of tooth decay. Many soft drinks have acidic properties, and using a straw reduces the liquid contact with the teeth, reducing tooth decay and the risk of cavities.