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Flossing is very, very important

I saw the dentist this week. Twice. 18 x-rays later, I learned I have one cavity and am need of a “deep cleaning,” a process that takes TWO HOURS. Not as bad as I had feared, and I feared the worst considering the embarrassing number of YEARS it’s been since my last visit. YEARS!
That might explain the strange and terrifying recurring dream I have of getting my teeth knocked out.

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6 Responses

  1. Arnold says:

    From a former Dental Hygienist to you, three words: Floss, floss, floss. Your teeth will ove you! 😉

  2. Anonymous says:

    Sorry about the typo…:(

  3. Annalynn says:

    I’ve always admired your teeth (and smile). A cavity once every 30 years is not bad at all! I think all my back teeth are full of silver.

  4. Josie says:

    Arnold, I had no idea you used to be a dental hygienist. Cool.
    Annalynn, I have some silver fillings, too! I’d like to be on Exreme Makeover just for the teeth part. That way, they can do away with all the silver. I love how they transform people’s smiles on that show.

  5. Inna says:

    same here- if there was one thing i regret, it’s not taking good care of my teeth…and if there is one thing i want for a makeover- it’s teeth too, cause i like to smile- a lot….

  6. carolyn says:

    dreaming about your teeth falling out signals changes in your life. how exciting!

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