My expensive smile.

There are many health concerns at this time in life and one of them involves our dental health, so I wanted to make a section just for these discussions.

My expensive smile.

Postby menohead » Fri Feb 08, 2008 9:32 pm

Gosh, my teeth have cost a small fortune with two implants, which after decades are for some ungodly reason still considered experimental. The new technique is great, as they only have to make one incision. However, they cost a small fortune.
Also, I have a bridge and loads of caps. All that candy and genetics have made me a dentist's dream in midlife. Although they don't work quite as well on caps and bridges I adore Crest Whitestrips. Anything that's not too envasive that can make us feel more attractive in mid-life is welcome. Plastic surgery, I'd rule out, as that popped eyed, trussed like a turkey look I don't particularly find age reducing. I can usually spot these ladies or perhaps they just had lousy plastic surgeons.
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Re: My expensive smile.

Postby minniepauz » Wed Nov 10, 2010 10:26 am

sssallylane wrote:That's true. Also, i know of some people who ended up with unevenly whitened teeth because they didn't know how to properly use the home teeth whitening kits they got.

At first I thought it was good to have a dentist (or is it your staff) posting here, but now I see that you've registered under two different names and you're talking to yourself, so now I'm feeling like you're being sneaky with your itsy bitsy link to your website and talking like you're just one of our menopausal women here. I don't know if you think you're getting free advertising or what but I don't appreciate this approach.
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