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how are your teeth?

Post by spacebot » Sat Oct 8, 2:00 2016

how are your teeth?

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Post by Sonic# » Sat Oct 8, 11:52 2016

Let's just say that when you begin the Spacebot apocalypse, I will be identified by my dental record.

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Post by Bork » Sat Oct 8, 18:11 2016

They're decent enough. Do a pretty good job with my food and whatnot else. Could be in better shape, but I could also take better care of them...
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Post by Nachos » Sun Oct 9, 16:09 2016

Pretty good.
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Post by Taurwen » Sun Oct 9, 17:15 2016

I haven't been to the dentist in about a decade. I don't think that bodes well for them, but I can chew without pain so they are doing their job.

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Post by melsbells » Tue Oct 11, 15:25 2016

Overly sensitive to sugars, cold, and heat, in that order of most horrible pain to least.

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Post by rowan » Tue Oct 11, 15:43 2016

^I've found that Sensodyne helps, and making sure I floss regularly. Also not brushing too hard. (long time, but gently with the toothbrush!)

My actual teeth are fine.
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Post by Alison369 » Thu Oct 13, 7:58 2016


Lol, what a random question.

My teeth are white and shiny <3 I take care of them.
BUT I can feel my wisdom teeth coming in... And I'm just so scared.
There's not enough room in my mouth for them, but I'm afraid I have to get them pulled.
- - - I really don't want to :(


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Post by Enigma » Thu Oct 13, 16:10 2016

Could be better, my dentist actually died and I've been procrastinating finding a new one.
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Post by octarineoboe » Thu Oct 13, 19:00 2016

Mine are fine but they have persistent stains that I've had since I was a kid. Dentists kept telling me not to drink soda or juice (and later, coffee, tea, and alcohol) but it didn't really make a difference so I figured if I'd have stains either way I might as well enjoy whatever beverages I wanted.

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Post by Charli! » Fri Oct 14, 12:05 2016

Awful, I have more fillings than teeth. All my own fault from snacking on sweets all day as a kid, but somewhat difficult to fix now. I currently have major toothache too, went Scuba diving- compressed air from down deep gets under your fillings and things really easily, then when you come up that air expands and causes pain! Dentist next week to have fillings drilled out and replaced, hopefully without air gaps in.

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Post by Starkid » Fri Oct 14, 13:32 2016

I had two fillings when I was younger. They were baby teeth so I didn't have to get the crowns removed. Recently I had forgotten to brush and my gums used to hurt a lot. I'm trying to brush twice a day now and my gums don't hurt anymore.
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