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So the dental procedure that started a couple of weeks ago was finally completed as of this morning.

I have a new smile.

It's really weird having this new front tooth. The gap that existed between these two teeth is gone, and I can't squirt water out of it anymore. The backside of the crown is so flawless and smooth, I keep finding myself touching it because it's such a difference. I used to stick my tongue in the gap idly when I was thinking or doing nothing else at all... but alas, I cannot. All these silly little quirks that I had with this silly gap between my teeth have now met their demise.

Alas, poor tooth gap.

The crown looks amazing, it really does. It matches my teeth quite well, and it fits perfectly. Now I'm really anxious to get my teeth whitened, because the dentist made the crown very slightly lighter to accomodate a whitening. All that coffee and tea has wreaked a lot of havoc on my poor teef.

Ah, the things we do for a lovely smile.


i have a gap in my front teeth. my mom will disown me if i ever have it filled ... she says it's part of my personality. i imagine it would feel weird NOT playing with it or feeling it there daily.

i am going to be getting veneers soon though, to cover my yellowing bonding on my front teeth. whee. i love dentists.

transmitted by tj on March 26, 2003 05:32 AM

i don't know...

girls that squirt water from gaps between their teeth are the next big thing that is taking the runways by storm in Europe

you made a mistake

transmitted by Jack on March 26, 2003 05:35 AM

actually, it's not my "two front teeth" per se, but it is a front tooth... eye tooth, I guess?

I still have a slight gap between my two front teeth, though.

transmitted by courtney on March 26, 2003 11:02 AM
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