thelittlethingseveryday

Toothbrush, photo taken in Sweden

Last week I had about a $1,000 worth of dental work done. That’s a lot of money to fix one cracked filling.  But when I think of the overall cost of doing nothing I’d spend whatever it took to not only stop the pain but also improve my overall health.  For years I prided myself on having excellent teeth.  I would go to the dentist and they couldn’t find anything wrong with my mouth.  So imagine my shock and horror to find out not only did my 21-year-old filling need replacing but during the root canal I was told that the entire cavity was infected.  So grateful it was discovered before it spread to some other part of my body.

Like a good patient I filled the prescription for the anti-biotic I was given and finished them all to ensure the infection was dealt with.  Then I did some…

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