I recently went to the dentist for the first time in about 4 years - the reason I never went was pure laziness/procrastination, as I've had dental the entire time - and I was pleased to see that I didn't have any cavities. Then I realized, I've never had one in my life. Now I've always had a sweet tooth, but it's pretty much specifically for chocolate (even more specifically, for Reese's). The dentist told me that chocolate doesn't really cause cavities, it's more sticky crap like gummy bears and such that cause them. She didn't seem to think it was a big deal, but off the top of the dome I don't think I know anyone else who's never had one. Did I hit some genetic lottery? Maybe that's a factor, the dentist said, but my parents, my brother and sister, and both of my kids have all had them. Maybe it just comes down to my dental hygiene habits. For all my other bullshit and bad habits, I've always been rigorous about brushing and flossing. Anyone else here never have one in their lives? Or am I some kind of specimen.