Last summer I chipped my tooth on a sewing needle. It is only a micro-chip that puts a little dip in the skyline of my top-front teeth, but it annoys the hell out of me. I had a composite put on it, (bastards said it was some 3-surface bullshit that cost $400) but it is a very difficult place for the little drop of plastic they put on to hold. So far two of them have failed within three days of application and its pretty damn annoying. Since my dentist is a one-sided Indian woman, it is hard to request other methods of cosmetic fix ups. So....I am asking newschoolers to give me ideas to suggest the next time i'm in the chair.
And the sign said long-haired freaky people need not apply,
So I tucked my hair up under my hat
And I went in to ask him why,
He said, "You look like a fine upstandin' young lad.
I think you'll do",
So I took off my hat and said, "Imagine that,
huh , me workin' for you."
Sewing needles are basically designed to chip teeth. Archaeologists say they can narrow down the profession of a person's skeleton by seeing if their teeth show signs of needle wear. I, however hold a sewing needles like twice a year, and I was trying to pull it through some extra-thick fabric and biting down on it, apparently hard enough to chip a bit of my tooth. My mom says they can grind it down (along with my other front tooth) and make them match or something but that pretty much goes against the dentist's law of saving as much tooth as possible.
She doesn't need any bribes, she uses new fangled dentistry machines that is fresh out of the box and it changes pretty much every time I go there. Im also sure she owns at least 4 overpowered European sports cars, because I haven't seen the same one next to her office ever, and the secretary certianly doesn't drive them.