I returned from my brother's office (he is my dentist) for yet another year of my life without a single cavity. I don't do anything special for my dental care other than brush once a day, in the evening just before going to bed. As I approach my twilight years, people think it's amazing I have never had a cavity. Then I got to thinking, could it be my trumpet playing? Perhaps the sonic vibrations of playing the horn keep plaque at bay... or rapid flow and use of oxygen in the oral cavity, keeping anaerobic cavity causing bacteria in check. Anyway, I was just wondering if there are many other cavity free trumpet players that have played all their life like me OR combackers that may have had cavities, but once they were playing again, that they too began having cavity free dental check ups. Any posts from dentists here on this forum would also be most welcomed.