Pay back Time!

When did you come?

How did you do it?

You have been there as far as I remember

You were soft, I didn’t feel a difference

I tried to get rid of you, every day, not exactly, I know

The way you took things slowly is appreciated

I thought you are harmless

But the pain you gave is intense, Why did you cause me so much pain?

I was not able to eat, I was suffering, because of you

My mom warned about you, But I never listened to her

Now I need to pay for you had done

Finally, It is pay back time.

Time to pay my dental fees of 1500 euros including root canal and implant.

Moral:- Brush your teeth every day and every night. Or else these bacteria will sit there calm and all of a sudden cause pain and torture us so that you can pay for it. πŸ™„πŸ™„

Stay Safe! Save teeth!

You know? this is not a poem! If you think like that, I am glad I made you think like that😜

14 comments

  1. Hi Steve, Look who is here, Thanks for your time reading 😁 Isn’t it funny πŸ˜œπŸ˜‰ Glad you enjoyed it.. thanks for the little compliments ✨πŸ₯° Have a beautiful day πŸ€—

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  2. Ha ha ha πŸ˜‰ Thanks for reading Peeyush πŸ™‚ Glad you liked it, Please take care of your teeth, I am also a sweet Lover πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ I know how it feels to give up πŸ˜‰ But it easy and you’ll look lot younger πŸ˜‰ Try me πŸ˜€

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  3. As someone who has put over $5000 into her teeth over the years, I can say that anything you do is only temporary.

    My first tooth with a crown lasted 30 years and were made with porcelain and gold. Apparently, crowns aren’t made as well any longer because the new ones feel like plastic, fit like a baseball glove, and you’re lucky if they last 10 years. I have two remaining of the 8 crowns I’ve had in my life, and they need to be pulled.

    The problem has nothing to do with brushing. My sister is quite lax about that, she eats a lot of sweets, and has had a couple of fillings and a crown. Her teeth are like our fathers (we call it “titanium teeth.”). My teeth are like my mother’s, which she called “soft teeth.” She hardly ate meat, wasn’t a fan of sweets, and brushed her teeth, too, and yet she still had multiple fillings on each tooth or crowns on the teeth that weren’t pulled.

    Every time a dentist says, “Maybe you don’t use enough fluoride,” I want to hit him. It doesn’t take a genuis to understand that not all teeth are alike.

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  4. This teeth story is real scary one, the first time I lost one, my way of taking care of my teeth is super Caring πŸ˜‰ don’t want to lose anymore teeth. My mom almost lost all of her teeths and I’m very much scared if my teeth is also like hers 😜 My dad what you call as Titanium teeth 😁 . These doctors 😳 they are legendary when they say such things as enough fluoride πŸ˜‚ want to kiss their cheeks with your palm πŸ€” I did thought, not brave enough to do it πŸ˜œπŸ˜‚ Thank you Joelle for reading and sharing your experience as well, which is real fun to read your comments, always a fan of the words you put ☺️✨ Have a wonderful week ahead βœ¨πŸ’

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