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Interesting Teeth
Posted on Friday, June 01, 2007 :|: Nobody cared enough to Comment

I just went to the dentist for the first time in about 14 years. I haven't had insurance all that time, and couldn't afford it. So I was scared that he was going to look in my mouth and say that all that candy has rotted my teeth away. Instead, he shocked me by saying my teeth are in really good condition. There is some calcium buildup on some of my teeth. He said this is because I haven't had them cleaned in so long, but they'll get all that off next week.

Of course all that was before the x-ray. After the x-ray, he brought the picture to me and said it was "interesting." Apparently, I still got one of my baby teeth and the adult tooth is up above it. He pointed out how the tooth is smaller than its counter-part on the other side. He said he is going to consult a surgical dentist to determine if it should be pulled or not. It doesn't hurt, so I'd rather leave it alone. He also showed me that one of my wisdom teeth has grown in sideways and is pushing against the root of its neighbor. That tooth will have to come out.

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