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Old 05-19-2014, 05:45 PM   #16101
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I'm back from the dentist. Today I got to see the head honcho, Dr Iniguez. Friday's consultation was with his associate, Dr Mendoza.

The first thing Dr Iniguez did was to tell me he was going to reduce my cost by $500 for coming in the off season. So for a total of $5,800 I'm getting 16 porcelain over metal crowns, 12 anterior porcelain crowns, 1 root canal with Fiberglas post (so they can correct the crowded lower front teeth) and a night guard.

Today he prepped the upper teeth and took impressions. I go back tomorrow for the same on the lower teeth. I'm so glad he didn't do all 28 today. I still can't drink without slobbering. Trying to eat was a comedy. I decided I can wait until later to satisfy my hunger. I'm only willing to wear just so much food.
Hang in there Barb! Seems you still have a since of humor! We'll be looking forward to that new smile!
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Old 05-19-2014, 05:51 PM   #16102
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Missing one course - TOILET SEATS 101
Operation and management - why down is important
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Reminds me of a sign I read once.

Look before you leak!
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Old 05-19-2014, 06:23 PM   #16103
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Reminds me of a sign I read once.

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I always wonder at this equality thing. We need it up and girls need it down, where's the problem?
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I always wonder at this equality thing. We need it up and girls need it down, where's the problem?
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Ta Da

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Ya know Barb, when you were over here for our Mini-C, I didn't even noticed you had any teeth. Seriously, I didn't go looking looking, but I don't recall seeing them. Maybe you got in the habit of not smiling so people wouldn't see them. When I was working, a co-worker used to alway put his hand in front of his mouth because when he was younger, he had bad teeth. Got to be a habit.
Years of grinding teeth in my sleep has shortened them to the point that they seldom show. The main reason for crowning all of my teeth is to open up the bite and to restore the natural length of my front teeth.
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Unbelievable, Barb. My hubby has a mouthful of porcelain crowns that took several months and ten times what you are paying. Glad it's going well for you.
Thanks Sarah. I was a dental assistant in the 70ís and early 80's. For 5 years I was a civilian dental assistant working on Ft Riley, KS Army Post. I was part of a pilot program that taught assistants to do restorative procedures -- the dentist did the drilling, we did the filling.

It was also during the last years of drafting doctors and dentists and each year we got a new batch of shiny faced dental school graduates. It was very easy to figure out which docs were the A students and which ones barely made it thru.

Dr Iniguez was definitely an A student. I'm impressed by his skill and gentleness.
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Wifey loves the Samsung... spent this afternoon getting it installed.
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Ding, ding, ding. I remember you telling me that before.
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A prize came for Annie today - she currently prefers copilot / navigator over pilot - so she got the RV 760LMT -

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Installing Garmin Express on laptop now.

Holy GPS - installing 6 Items - 3 Hours Remaining.
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Installing Garmin Express on laptop now. Holy GPS - installing 6 Items - 3 Hours Remaining.
If Express takes 3 hours to install, the full version must take ???
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If Express takes 3 hours to install, the full version must take ???
no idea lol - it said safe to walk away so I did.... Things like this often begin with a big time estimate - and then load much faster. We shall see - it is an update of maps and firmware. Firmware popped off pretty fast. Looks like the maps and other goodies take some time.... But time I have!
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Oh yeah - the Weber Q2000 came in too!! Pretty nice! Will have to use my wireless Maverick thermometer I have for the smoke if cooking by time and temp - lid down. No thermometer on the lid.... The 2200 has one. No issue really. All bases covered when it comes to cooking with fire!

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If Express takes 3 hours to install, the full version must take ???
Wait till he has to do an update on campground wifi.
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