I've been struggling…finally sharing

I’m just been really struggling lately. Things could always be so much worse, but I still thought I’d share some details of what’s been going on. Maybe it’ll make you (or others watching) feel not so alone. Life isn’t perfect and we all deal with something!! I’m so thankful for you all though…truly!!!

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3 replies on “I've been struggling…finally sharing

  • Rosa D. Talavera-Kaufman

    Sometimes a bit of adversity keeps us grounded. I don’t mean that in a bad way, I hope I’m not misunderstood. Keep focusing on the good and plugging along on your health journey. Teeth are very important. Two years ago I chipped my front tooth very badly. I needed a crown. One of the things I always received complements on was my smile. I grew up competing with a stunning younger sister and felt my smile gave me more confidence when around here (BTW, she’s my best friend, no competition there). After I got the crown, my tooth was not the same color (of course) and unknown to me it was crooked. When I asked my dentist why this was happening, he showed me my previous ex rays pre crown and the reason I noticed it now was because of the crown. He suggested I get invisalign and I did. Over a year later, that tooth does not look the same and will not unless I remove the existing crown and start over. And even then, there’s no guarantee I’ll get my old smile back. Anyhow, I’ve felt I lost my ability to smile and for a long time I did, without showing my teeth. I smile more with an open mouth now but find myself still being very self aware of my different tooth. So, what I”m trying to say it that I know how you feel. Good luck!

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  • Jayne Read

    I have a dental background and something does not sound quite right to me. Have you considered contacting The American Dental Association and telling them what has happened to you? They will need to see the dental x-rays.

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