One thousand years ago, plaque and tooth decay ruled.
It was a time of cavities. It was a world of poor dental hygiene.
It was the age of gargles.
Enamel by day, oral hygienists by night,
We were betrayed by the dentists we had sworn to protect,
Suspended in fluoride by a magic spell for a thousand years.
Now, here in Manhattan, the spell is broken, and we drill again!
We are defenders of the bite.