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June 13, 2007

This is just not my week…

Filed under: Health — Becky @ 10:21 am

First the eyes, and just now I broke a part of my tooth! I was eating popcorn that the kids made, and tossed a handful in my mouth, with out looking, and apparently it didn’t all pop because I bit down on a kernel! Part of my molar with the filling came off!!!! From looking at it, it seems relatively easy to fix, maybe with a small filling replacement or just sanding down the rough parts, but with my luck I will need a crown or some crap like that.




  1. Your tooth probably would have broken anyway. Why don’t modern dentists have laser drills and liquid enamel and have you out of their office in 20 minutes? Instead, you have to make a consult appointment to make another appointment to actually get the work done. It’s barbaric!

    Comment by Seraphine — June 13, 2007 @ 10:33 pm | Reply

  2. it happened to me 5 months ago
    Kellogs granola was the cause.

    It broke in half…molar- filling and all. Dentist removed the broken piece and told me to come back for a repair job and all that stuff, I noticed all of a sudden that it no longer or anything..It seems that it healed itself and I don’t need anything. The hole and everything… Was told by my herbalist it was the Toms of Maine Clove toothpaste and gargle with clove and Hydrogen Peroxide…Clove is a natural gum repair agent….


    Comment by callie — June 14, 2007 @ 11:14 am | Reply

  3. sorry..I noticed it no longer hurt or anything.

    Comment by callie — June 14, 2007 @ 11:14 am | Reply

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