Reply Fri 26 Oct, 2012 07:01 am
how can ew recover form bad teeth?
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Mame
 
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Reply Fri 26 Oct, 2012 07:12 am
@louishamiltion,
how can we recover from bad typing and double posting?
dalehileman
 
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Reply Fri 26 Oct, 2012 11:58 am
@Mame,
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how can we recover from bad typing
Alas, for 17 years use a PC with Mac's grossly incompetent editing routine; if you don't achive acclimation your frustration will kill you

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and double posting?
As a matter of fact some editing routines are so written that there's no way to know whether your submission was saved, inviting repeats

As to teeth Louis, that's a good q as we're at the mercy of the Dental Establishment Dental science should concentrate on means for regrowth rather than repair. If proves unfeasible, then do-it-yourself dentistry to save us trillions of not quadrillions of bucks
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Charle Goster
 
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Reply Sun 4 Nov, 2012 09:31 pm
@louishamiltion,
Hello Community,

Having bad teeth is a not only a health problem, but can also cause emotional stress. In today's society only people with a perfect white smile are considered as attractive and successful. Earlier, having the perfect smile was only obtainable for movie stars and celebrities who could afford paying the high prices. Today most of the cosmetic dental procedures are relatively cheap. While a perfect smile makeover still costs a small fortune. The most popular treatment is a simple teeth whitening which makes stained teeth white again. Today the bleaching process works very well and is safe. There are many different home bleaching sets which take you several days or weeks to get your teeth white. However, if you are not satisfied with the results or don't like the hassles involved then its recommended to pay the higher price and get a one day power bleaching at your cosmetic dentist for best results. Really crooked teeth need to be aligned with aligners or braces. Aligners can fix slightly crooked teeth over time while braces are used when a stronger overall solution is needed. Today there are almost invisible braces which look much better then these metal braces we all hate. They are also much more comfortable to wear. A gummy smile is also a problem of many. No matter if you have perfect teeth, too much gum or an uneven gum line lets your teeth look short. Today the laser is the fix. Without pain the laser cuts the gum line within minutes.

Best Regards,
Charle Goster
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