They can patch caviites pretty easily these days. The problem is you loose bone around the tooth, which can proceed pretty silently for a while. That's the one way street I was talking about
Happy to help. If you don't floss now, you have already benefited greatly from futures.io (formerly BMT)! (But I use those sticks, they are a lot more convenient.)
The national park bit was inspired by going to "The Wave" in Arizona, just below Utah this spring. I was with family, the oldest being my seventy something father in law, the youngest was my 9 year old niece.
A picture of The Wave comes with Windows 7. Not sure which one I mean? Look at the download page of the BaBAR application and notice the background.
More fun than playing a Beatles record backwards. Aw geez, there I go dating myself again!
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I'm about to turn 55, and in the process of turning over a whole new leaf.
I had a really awful time in my 40's with health problems and the stress of young children, a new business, and the seemingly endless process of getting ready to pour concrete on the house. I thought that when I got to be 50 things would really start to head down hill.
But life is funny sometimes. Lehman happened, and then I turned 50, my business almost dried up and blew away, and meanwhile I had just committed to a jumbo loan on the house. Which I spent most of my 50th year building. Hurt my back while we were getting into the house, and there was lots of stress, etc. Marital stress, kids stress.
Anyway, somehow things started to turn around, and by the time I got to be 52, I started making some radical changes, including starting to take care of my health, exercising, losing weight, etc. And at that point a lot of wonderful stuff started to happen, my health problems disappeared, along with the anxiety over health, and I began to get really optimistic and energetic and ambitious and...ready to start pursuing dreams again.
Here I am, all geared up and working toward a new career in trading, at age 55. Surprised as all hell that things seemed to have turned around, because I thought I was a goner when I was 49...
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