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Old 08-20-2016, 06:18 PM   #36
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Whenever someone goes to the dentist, I always think, "Better you than me🙅🏻!! NOPE!NOPE!NOPE!"

Getting a checkup is too much for me, & I'm awesome & fearless!!


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I was lucky. Or taught my kids well. There was no differences between the two adding to my insurance. They both got beater cars for their first ones. My daughters was a 94 v6 mustang I bought for $900. My sons was a ZX2 I got for $1300. Liability only it raised my insurance $600 a month for 3 years cause they were "inexperienced drivers". Neither one had any accidents or tickets in their 3 year period. Now they bought their own cars and even though I still pay their insurance, it is half of what it used to be. Counting down the days until they can get their own policies. Instant pay raise for me.
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I still have a month before my oldest daughter has her license. She will be driving a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The insurance rates shouldn't be too bad.

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It has been three days. I woke up an hour ago hurting worse than I had previously. Not fun at all!

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That sucks man. Hope you feel better.
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I will make it. Just whining.

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Always good to be a whiner. I mean winner.
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Always good to be a whiner. I mean winner.
I'll take it.

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I will dedicate my steak dinner to you!

What kind of desert should I have for you?

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I will dedicate my steak dinner to you!

What kind of desert should I have for you?

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Make sure it is a good steak. Don't forget a baked potato and a side of shrimp.

A good cheesecake goes well with that.

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[QUOTE=Revvv;2389993]Make sure it is a good steak. Don't forget a baked potato and a side of shrimp.

A good cheesecake goes well with that.
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Sorry but no sour cream. Have to watch my figure. That would be New York Cheesecake, with strawberry topping?
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Make sure it is a good steak. Don't forget a baked potato and a side of shrimp.

A good cheesecake goes well with that.
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Sorry but no sour cream. Have to watch my figure. That would be New York Cheesecake, with strawberry topping?
Who needs strawberries on a New York Cheese Cake. They are perfect without any toppings.

I never cared for sour cream. Just load it full of butter, cheddar, and bacon.

As for the steak, make sure it is a full Porter House. Then you get both a NY Strip and a Filet. Medium rare is normally best. Just be sure the fire is hot enough to caramalize and crust over the exterior of the steak. You don't want to lose all that flavor.


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So why do they refer them to "wisdom teeth", only to remove them 90% of the time?
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So why do they refer them to "wisdom teeth", only to remove them 90% of the time?

Because they grow(?)/appear during adulthood, when you (allegedly,) are wiser.


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Because they grow(?)/appear during adulthood, when you (allegedly,) are wiser.


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The actual name for the teeth is "third molar". As for why the name "wisdom teeth" became attached, this is likely a good answer.

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The actual name for the teeth is "third molar". As for why the name "wisdom teeth" became attached, this is likely a good answer.

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coolio. do all the teeth have a name?👄
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coolio. do all the teeth have a name?👄
Yes they do. Without going into detail, you have molars, cuspids, and incisors.

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Yes they do. Without going into detail, you have molars, cuspids, and incisors.

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Right, so every individual tooth has a specific name, i mean?
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I apparently have one that people refer to as a "sweet" tooth. I'm not sure which one that it is though.
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Right, so every individual tooth has a specific name, i mean?
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I apparently have one that people refer to as a "sweet" tooth. I'm not sure which one that it is though.
Me too. I think it's all of them.

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Right, so every individual tooth has a specific name, i mean?
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Universal Numbering System

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Tooth number 1 is the tooth farthest back on the right side of your mouth in the upper (maxillary) jaw.

Numbering continues along your upper teeth toward the front and across to the tooth farthest back on the top left side (which is number 16).

The numbers continue by dropping down to the lower (mandibular) jaw. Number 17 is the tooth farthest back on the left side of your mouth on the bottom.

Numbering continues again toward the front and across to the tooth farthest back on the bottom right side of your mouth (which is number 32).

In this system, the teeth that should be there are numbered. If you are missing your wisdom teeth, your first number will be 2 instead of 1, acknowledging the missing tooth. If you’ve had teeth removed or teeth are missing, the missing teeth will be numbered as well.
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Interesting that this thread popped back up. I just got home from another proceedure. The first one was great compared to today's hell.

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all i care about: going, getting the ok, getting a new toothbrushy & leaving ASAP lol


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I am close to being OCD about my teeth. They are brushed constantly. My problem came from grinding my teeth, and also not having my wisdom teeth removed when I should have.

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I am close to being OCD about my teeth. They are brushed constantly. My problem came from grinding my teeth, and also not having my wisdom teeth removed when I should have.

Lesson learned the hard way.

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i would die if i had a cavity or needed work like that...
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i would die if i had a cavity or needed work like that...
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It won't kill you more than once.

I wouldn't wish the pain I'm in at the moment on anyone. I am taking the max dosage of two painkillers and they are not touching the pain.

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Double the dose, wash it down with alcohol, and you wont care!
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Double the dose, wash it down with alcohol, and you wont care!
After that I would be able to use my liver as a paperweight. Lol. I'm still surprised that my liver survived high school. I have no idea how I didn't die of alcohol poisoning.

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After that I would be able to use my liver as a paperweight. Lol. I'm still surprised that my liver survived high school. I have no idea how I didn't die of alcohol poisoning.

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