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I have no idea where to start this, but I've been a frequent visitor to this site for about 10 years. I have no one to turn to, but I just have to get this out somewhere to get things started. To start though, I'm almost 30 and my wife is 27. We both have terrible teeth and it feels like we have no options. I've been at the same dead end job now for 13 years and I can't find another because of these horrendous teeth.

I don't make shit for money and have no insurance. I have to sacrifice a lot of foods in fear of breaking anymore teeth. Right now I've been oil pulling daily to hopefully not get any infections.

My wife is in the same boat as me but we want to do something with our lives but can't because of the shitty choices we have made concerning our teeth. But I want that to change so bad. We just don't want to worry about dying from bad teeth. It's such a terrible feeling having to worry about being embarrassed and constantly worrying about these.

Does anyone have any suggestions? And trust me if we could travel back in time and fix the mistakes we would.
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Buy a shotgun. hugs
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Nah. I do care about my life asshole and that's why I'm here.
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Remove and replace. That is your only option
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Remove and replace. That is your only option
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That requires alot of money in which we don't have.
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meth
Trudeau must geau!

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I have no idea where to start this, but I've been a frequent visitor to this site for about 10 years. I have no one to turn to, but I just have to get this out somewhere to get things started. To start though, I'm almost 30 and my wife is 27. We both have terrible teeth and it feels like we have no options. I've been at the same dead end job now for 13 years and I can't find another because of these horrendous teeth.

I don't make shit for money and have no insurance. I have to sacrifice a lot of foods in fear of breaking anymore teeth. Right now I've been oil pulling daily to hopefully not get any infections.

My wife is in the same boat as me but we want to do something with our lives but can't because of the shitty choices we have made concerning our teeth. But I want that to change so bad. We just don't want to worry about dying from bad teeth. It's such a terrible feeling having to worry about being embarrassed and constantly worrying about these.

Does anyone have any suggestions? And trust me if we could travel back in time and fix the mistakes we would.
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What city and state?
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:meth:
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Actually no. It's called both of us being raised in poor families that had poor hygiene when it came to teeth. Quit judging and live to be a better human. Anyone could feel free to test either of us for meth and I guarantee you that drug has never been in either one of our bodies. Btw I doubt methheads would even take the time out of their day to do what I just did.
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High sugar fizzy drinks are teeth rotters
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I have no idea where to start this, but I've been a frequent visitor to this site for about 10 years. I have no one to turn to, but I just have to get this out somewhere to get things started. To start though, I'm almost 30 and my wife is 27. We both have terrible teeth and it feels like we have no options. I've been at the same dead end job now for 13 years and I can't find another because of these horrendous teeth.

I don't make shit for money and have no insurance. I have to sacrifice a lot of foods in fear of breaking anymore teeth. Right now I've been oil pulling daily to hopefully not get any infections.

My wife is in the same boat as me but we want to do something with our lives but can't because of the shitty choices we have made concerning our teeth. But I want that to change so bad. We just don't want to worry about dying from bad teeth. It's such a terrible feeling having to worry about being embarrassed and constantly worrying about these.

Does anyone have any suggestions? And trust me if we could travel back in time and fix the mistakes we would.
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What city and state?
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Why? Tennessee is all I'll say.
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Remove and replace. That is your only option
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That requires alot of money in which we don't have.
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do payment or get a loan, or keep getting paid low wages the rest of your life. Also check with a local dental school.
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High sugar fizzy drinks are teeth rotters
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I agree. All we drink is coffee and water. I can't help my family let me drink that shit when I was 5 and up.
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If you have a dental college nearby, sometimes they'll do it for free. You get to be the guinea pig some kid gets to do his first filling on if you're brave enough to volunteer.
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Remove and replace. That is your only option
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That requires alot of money in which we don't have.
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do payment or get a loan, or keep getting paid low wages the rest of your life. Also check with a local dental school.
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I looked into this G4 thing in Dallas and it's a lot cheaper than most others we have checked out, but even payments thru them is pretty darn high that I just don't think we could still do.
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High sugar fizzy drinks are teeth rotters
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I agree. All we drink is coffee and water. I can't help my family let me drink that shit when I was 5 and up.
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Drink plenty of water, That stuff is good for you! Only drink soda at social occasions when you cant get alcohol... And caffeine in emergencies
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Another thing. Dental work is dirt cheap in TJ if you live near there. I know people who have flown down, stayed in a hotel and got all their work done for a fraction of what it would cost to have it done here.

If you have a thousand bucks each, or could get a thousand bucks, they could probably do you up pretty good and fix just about everything.
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High sugar fizzy drinks are teeth rotters
 Quoting: Fractals


I agree. All we drink is coffee and water. I can't help my family let me drink that shit when I was 5 and up.
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Drink plenty of water, That stuff is good for you! Only drink soda at social occasions when you cant get alcohol... And caffeine in emergencies
 Quoting: Fractals


Thankfully since we started doing that a few years ago, the rotting has came to a standstill. For once I would just be happy to smile and be able to eat anything that I wanted to.
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Remove and replace. That is your only option
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That requires alot of money in which we don't have.
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do payment or get a loan, or keep getting paid low wages the rest of your life. Also check with a local dental school.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41173011


I looked into this G4 thing in Dallas and it's a lot cheaper than most others we have checked out, but even payments thru them is pretty darn high that I just don't think we could still do.
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So your only option then is to have bad teeth and stay poor? Either shit or get off the pot.
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That requires alot of money in which we don't have.
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do payment or get a loan, or keep getting paid low wages the rest of your life. Also check with a local dental school.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41173011


I looked into this G4 thing in Dallas and it's a lot cheaper than most others we have checked out, but even payments thru them is pretty darn high that I just don't think we could still do.
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So your only option then is to have bad teeth and stay poor? Either shit or get off the pot.
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Dumbass. It takes money (which we don't have) also 2 of us, to be able to get something done. I did get off the damn pot to get the courage to ask here which I knew there would be some good responses and some that totally would just be trolling.
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High sugar fizzy drinks are teeth rotters
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I agree. All we drink is coffee and water. I can't help my family let me drink that shit when I was 5 and up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76759123


Drink plenty of water, That stuff is good for you! Only drink soda at social occasions when you cant get alcohol... And caffeine in emergencies
 Quoting: Fractals


Thankfully since we started doing that a few years ago, the rotting has came to a standstill. For once I would just be happy to smile and be able to eat anything that I wanted to.
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Glad to hear good results! hf
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I agree. All we drink is coffee and water. I can't help my family let me drink that shit when I was 5 and up.
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Drink plenty of water, That stuff is good for you! Only drink soda at social occasions when you cant get alcohol... And caffeine in emergencies
 Quoting: Fractals


Thankfully since we started doing that a few years ago, the rotting has came to a standstill. For once I would just be happy to smile and be able to eat anything that I wanted to.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76759123


Glad to hear good results! hf
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Thank you. The coconut oil pulling seems to keep infections at bay and drinking water/coffee has made a huge difference in overall health.
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I have no idea where to start this, but I've been a frequent visitor to this site for about 10 years. I have no one to turn to, but I just have to get this out somewhere to get things started. To start though, I'm almost 30 and my wife is 27. We both have terrible teeth and it feels like we have no options. I've been at the same dead end job now for 13 years and I can't find another because of these horrendous teeth.

I don't make shit for money and have no insurance. I have to sacrifice a lot of foods in fear of breaking anymore teeth. Right now I've been oil pulling daily to hopefully not get any infections.

My wife is in the same boat as me but we want to do something with our lives but can't because of the shitty choices we have made concerning our teeth. But I want that to change so bad. We just don't want to worry about dying from bad teeth. It's such a terrible feeling having to worry about being embarrassed and constantly worrying about these.

Does anyone have any suggestions? And trust me if we could travel back in time and fix the mistakes we would.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76759123


look into using amanita muscaria mushrooms to help prevent and eliminate infections in teeth. Simply bite down on a piece enough to cover the tooth that is bothering you...

I had a wisdom tooth that was falling apart and used amanitas to elminate pain (can keep pain away for a few days at a time) and to eliminate infection. When finally I got an appointment to get examined for an extraction, the dentist was amazed it wasn;t infected...me too.

amanita's are completely legal too..despite the stigma attached to them...just don't eat too much (or even any) without knowing what they do...Works really well for medicinal purposes when used properly, so a small bit won't have any affect on you in terms of tripping out, lol

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I have no idea where to start this, but I've been a frequent visitor to this site for about 10 years. I have no one to turn to, but I just have to get this out somewhere to get things started. To start though, I'm almost 30 and my wife is 27. We both have terrible teeth and it feels like we have no options. I've been at the same dead end job now for 13 years and I can't find another because of these horrendous teeth.

I don't make shit for money and have no insurance. I have to sacrifice a lot of foods in fear of breaking anymore teeth. Right now I've been oil pulling daily to hopefully not get any infections.

My wife is in the same boat as me but we want to do something with our lives but can't because of the shitty choices we have made concerning our teeth. But I want that to change so bad. We just don't want to worry about dying from bad teeth. It's such a terrible feeling having to worry about being embarrassed and constantly worrying about these.

Does anyone have any suggestions? And trust me if we could travel back in time and fix the mistakes we would.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76759123


look into using amanita muscaria mushrooms to help prevent and eliminate infections in teeth. Simply bite down on a piece enough to cover the tooth that is bothering you...

I had a wisdom tooth that was falling apart and used amanitas to elminate pain (can keep pain away for a few days at a time) and to eliminate infection. When finally I got an appointment to get examined for an extraction, the dentist was amazed it wasn;t infected...me too.
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I've been oil pulling so never get infections. I want to succeed for me and my wife and I want to do something about them so I can feel like for once that I have done better.
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I have no idea where to start this, but I've been a frequent visitor to this site for about 10 years. I have no one to turn to, but I just have to get this out somewhere to get things started. To start though, I'm almost 30 and my wife is 27. We both have terrible teeth and it feels like we have no options. I've been at the same dead end job now for 13 years and I can't find another because of these horrendous teeth.

I don't make shit for money and have no insurance. I have to sacrifice a lot of foods in fear of breaking anymore teeth. Right now I've been oil pulling daily to hopefully not get any infections.

My wife is in the same boat as me but we want to do something with our lives but can't because of the shitty choices we have made concerning our teeth. But I want that to change so bad. We just don't want to worry about dying from bad teeth. It's such a terrible feeling having to worry about being embarrassed and constantly worrying about these.

Does anyone have any suggestions? And trust me if we could travel back in time and fix the mistakes we would.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76759123


look into using amanita muscaria mushrooms to help prevent and eliminate infections in teeth. Simply bite down on a piece enough to cover the tooth that is bothering you...

I had a wisdom tooth that was falling apart and used amanitas to elminate pain (can keep pain away for a few days at a time) and to eliminate infection. When finally I got an appointment to get examined for an extraction, the dentist was amazed it wasn;t infected...me too.
 Quoting: Jeezum Crow


I've been oil pulling so never get infections. I want to succeed for me and my wife and I want to do something about them so I can feel like for once that I have done better.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76759123


these mushrooms are anti bacterial, anti viral and anti-fungal, and they are dirt cheap...also easier than oil pulling. If oil pulling fails, go this route at least to stay out of infections...

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Look into egg shells and remineralizing teeth.
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Drink plenty of water, That stuff is good for you! Only drink soda at social occasions when you cant get alcohol... And caffeine in emergencies
 Quoting: Fractals


Thankfully since we started doing that a few years ago, the rotting has came to a standstill. For once I would just be happy to smile and be able to eat anything that I wanted to.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76759123


Glad to hear good results! hf
 Quoting: Fractals


Thank you. The coconut oil pulling seems to keep infections at bay and drinking water/coffee has made a huge difference in overall health.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76759123


oregano oil is really good for infection bottle is 10 dollars max should last like a year or more you get good mileage out of it it will shrink all swelling and kill all the bad in there

clove oil will numb an infected or broken tooth again fairly cheap one drop on area or qtip dipped in it and held to area

gargle with diluted hydrogen peroxide

saving teeth is expensive getting them ripped out not so much you can get a tooth pulled around 75 dollars roughly

maybe get the absolute worse ones pulled out

sometime people might have had a really bad fever and it will destroy your teeth as an after effect
at least you were lucky and the fever didnt kill you bad side effect of fever ruined teeth

dentures are expensive if you have to get them maybe check down south maybe a 4 hour car ride down south might save you 70 percent or more and you get a semi vacation

colleges should do it for pretty cheap but you will have to work around there schedule
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I have no idea where to start this, but I've been a frequent visitor to this site for about 10 years. I have no one to turn to, but I just have to get this out somewhere to get things started. To start though, I'm almost 30 and my wife is 27. We both have terrible teeth and it feels like we have no options. I've been at the same dead end job now for 13 years and I can't find another because of these horrendous teeth.

I don't make shit for money and have no insurance. I have to sacrifice a lot of foods in fear of breaking anymore teeth. Right now I've been oil pulling daily to hopefully not get any infections.

My wife is in the same boat as me but we want to do something with our lives but can't because of the shitty choices we have made concerning our teeth. But I want that to change so bad. We just don't want to worry about dying from bad teeth. It's such a terrible feeling having to worry about being embarrassed and constantly worrying about these.

Does anyone have any suggestions? And trust me if we could travel back in time and fix the mistakes we would.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76759123


look into using amanita muscaria mushrooms to help prevent and eliminate infections in teeth. Simply bite down on a piece enough to cover the tooth that is bothering you...

I had a wisdom tooth that was falling apart and used amanitas to elminate pain (can keep pain away for a few days at a time) and to eliminate infection. When finally I got an appointment to get examined for an extraction, the dentist was amazed it wasn;t infected...me too.
 Quoting: Jeezum Crow


I've been oil pulling so never get infections. I want to succeed for me and my wife and I want to do something about them so I can feel like for once that I have done better.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76759123


these mushrooms are anti bacterial, anti viral and anti-fungal, and they are dirt cheap...also easier than oil pulling. If oil pulling fails, go this route at least to stay out of infections...
 Quoting: Jeezum Crow


Thank you. I will have that on my list as backup. My wife doesn't like the oil pulling so it would be a better option for her.
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Are you vegan by any chance? Because there's a lot of videos lately on Youtube on carnivore channels with interviews with former vegans who gave up that diet because they were becoming sick, and one of the symptoms they all mention is bad, rotting teeth.
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I have no idea where to start this, but I've been a frequent visitor to this site for about 10 years. I have no one to turn to, but I just have to get this out somewhere to get things started. To start though, I'm almost 30 and my wife is 27. We both have terrible teeth and it feels like we have no options. I've been at the same dead end job now for 13 years and I can't find another because of these horrendous teeth.

I don't make shit for money and have no insurance. I have to sacrifice a lot of foods in fear of breaking anymore teeth. Right now I've been oil pulling daily to hopefully not get any infections.

My wife is in the same boat as me but we want to do something with our lives but can't because of the shitty choices we have made concerning our teeth. But I want that to change so bad. We just don't want to worry about dying from bad teeth. It's such a terrible feeling having to worry about being embarrassed and constantly worrying about these.

Does anyone have any suggestions? And trust me if we could travel back in time and fix the mistakes we would.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76759123


look into using amanita muscaria mushrooms to help prevent and eliminate infections in teeth. Simply bite down on a piece enough to cover the tooth that is bothering you...

I had a wisdom tooth that was falling apart and used amanitas to elminate pain (can keep pain away for a few days at a time) and to eliminate infection. When finally I got an appointment to get examined for an extraction, the dentist was amazed it wasn;t infected...me too.
 Quoting: Jeezum Crow


I've been oil pulling so never get infections. I want to succeed for me and my wife and I want to do something about them so I can feel like for once that I have done better.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76759123


Have you tried oil pulling with cold pressed coconut oil?

A suggestion for something on the meantime. Allegedly people have reversed tooth decay. Coconut oil has amazing properties.
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Thankfully since we started doing that a few years ago, the rotting has came to a standstill. For once I would just be happy to smile and be able to eat anything that I wanted to.
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Glad to hear good results! hf
 Quoting: Fractals


Thank you. The coconut oil pulling seems to keep infections at bay and drinking water/coffee has made a huge difference in overall health.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76759123


oregano oil is really good for infection bottle is 10 dollars max should last like a year or more you get good mileage out of it it will shrink all swelling and kill all the bad in there

clove oil will numb an infected or broken tooth again fairly cheap one drop on area or qtip dipped in it and held to area

gargle with diluted hydrogen peroxide

saving teeth is expensive getting them ripped out not so much you can get a tooth pulled around 75 dollars roughly

maybe get the absolute worse ones pulled out

sometime people might have had a really bad fever and it will destroy your teeth as an after effect
at least you were lucky and the fever didnt kill you bad side effect of fever ruined teeth

dentures are expensive if you have to get them maybe check down south maybe a 4 hour car ride down south might save you 70 percent or more and you get a semi vacation

colleges should do it for pretty cheap but you will have to work around there schedule
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The peroxide does help and clove oil was a goto but i find the coconut oil does best keeping infections away so haven't had pain any really in a few Yeats. Just sucks having to watch everything I eat and worrying at the same time.
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The dental school suggestion was very good. I roomed with a dental student through much of college and he did a great job on several peoples mouths during his 3 years.

My neighbor was in the same boat. She went to the dental school over three visits and got her mouth looking better than mine with very minimal cost. My teeth have always done pretty well despite chewing tobabco since I was 16. I just brush a lot and swish with water maybe 4-10 times a day depending on what I've eaten and how often. I always brush and rinse before bed.

Anyhow, you'd be surprised at how much you can get done at a dental school for very cheap. After that, you can start looking for a better paying job and things will start looking up quickly.

Best of lick to you.
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brush and floss after every meal. Listerine in the morning, ACT with flouride after last meal. will save you thousands in the long run. or you you get a second job.