Today's 98.3 TRY Social Dilemma came from Mary and it's about brushing your teeth. Here's her email: Hi Jaime. Simple dilemma for you. Do you wash your teeth in the shower, and if you do, do you do it with cool water or warm water? I ask because as an adult who is busy with a million things to do, I've always brushed my teeth in the shower with warm water. However, after going on a weekend trip with some friends, they couldn't believe I would brush in the shower. First off they thought it was gross because "shower water isn't as clean as faucet water," and it's warm water. They couldn't believe I could brush with warm water. Even if I'm brushing in the sink, I use warm water. I'm not sure if there's a right or wrong way, but I am curious if there are more people like me. Do you ever brush in the shower, and do you do it with warm water? Thanks so much ~ Mary. I'm with Mary all the way. I have definitely brushed my teeth in the shower when I was in a rush. I don't do it all the time, but I've done it. And like Mary, I ALWAYS brush with warm water. I guess more like tepid, but still warm as opposed to cool or cold. What about you? I wonder what dentists think. What do you do? Let's help Mary out and let me know on the TRY Facebook page.