Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Right After I Get Some Teeth Fixed

Got a dentist appointment for the first time in a while. I had a previously fucked up tooth towards the front on top break off at the gumline. It's going to be expensive because it had a pin in it and I think the pin broke off too. That means oral surgery. I'll find out tomorrow what they say.

I've got some other ones that are fucked up too, I think I have had three split on me in the last year or so. This is going to be a lengthy and expensive kind of deal.

Remind me to tell you the horror stories some time, I have a dentist's playground in my mouth and I hate those fuckers with a passion.


5 comments:

  1. I'm probably going to need a root canal, split a tooth way in back near my wisdom teeth on top. I'm due though - before my visit to dentist last week, my last appointment was December 7 ... 1981. Been a spell.

    Hey, my teeth didn't hurt, why go to dentist ? My friends tell me I'm probably going to have a few problems - I tell them how much have they spent in the last 35 years on dentistry ? I know several of them have had multiple fixes on same damn teeth - next time, I tell them, get a warranty. :^)

    Good luck with your dentist. Hey, if the assistant is cute, eat Oreos - they will spend a ton of time over your for hours, lol.

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  2. try steel teeth as like "jaws" from the bond films

    Wildflower

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  3. For the brief 14 months when I had dental insurance through my wife's job I used up "the allotted lifetime allowance" of insurance. During that time I was at two different dental offices, an appointment every 2 weeks. Haven't been since the insurance ran out.

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  4. Back when I gave a kidney to my sister, when I came out from under the anesthesia. I gritted my teeth so hard that it broke loose almost all my teeth. I fought it for five years with oral surgeons etc....finally realizing that a set of store boughts would be in the long run , much less expensive. Itt was hell getting used to false teeth, but...now days, wish I had saved all that cash in the beginning ! Absolutely no regrets ! No more dentists. No more toothaches !
    Best of all, if SHTF don't have to worry about dental issues.

    My advise, if it's going to be over two thousand to repair ( temporarily I might add ) then go ahead and get false teeth. It's a permanent fix which actually works.

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  5. Back when I gave a kidney to my sister, when I came out from under the anesthesia. I gritted my teeth so hard that it broke loose almost all my teeth. I fought it for five years with oral surgeons etc....finally realizing that a set of store boughts would be in the long run , much less expensive. Itt was hell getting used to false teeth, but...now days, wish I had saved all that cash in the beginning ! Absolutely no regrets ! No more dentists. No more toothaches !
    Best of all, if SHTF don't have to worry about dental issues.

    My advise, if it's going to be over two thousand to repair ( temporarily I might add ) then go ahead and get false teeth. It's a permanent fix which actually works.

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