@unksol 10 plus years of biting down on that stupid thing full force caused small fractures in the teeth and I never had that taken care of. Years after getting rid of the tongue piercing the teeth actually broke.
@hems79@Ignorant@mehcuda67 I mean if you like it put a ring…in it? Seems like it would be out of range for a normal accidental tongue bite. I could definitely see fiddling with it. Either way I’ll take your word for it. Just imagining it. And the sound. Makes me cringe.
When I was younger, I went to the dentist regularly for cleanings and exams and enjoyed the visits. Now that I’m older, I don’t visit the dentist regularly, but whenever I’m reminded of dentistry, I think of the Steven Wright bit about eating a whole bag of Oreos beforehand just to spend more time with the hygienist.
/image 30 teeth 1 filled cavity
(1) What, are you a transmission expert, also? (Besides being a linguist, I mean – “I really think fine should not have that !”, above. What does that sentence mean?)
(2) If you know what’s wrong, why don’t you fix it yourself, instead of taking it to a shop?
(3) I was being hypothetical.
(4) I’d wager most people on these forums who think they have a problem with their vehicle would take it to a shop before they knew for certain what was wrong with it.
Depends on the dentist and staff. Went to one for years, nothing but pain. Wanted to do a lot, mostly expensive. Root canals, caps that failed. The one I have now is a really nice guy, and his staff is like family.