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Saturday, February 23, 2008, 5:59am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I have always had weak teeth. Sealants when I was young, thin enamal all my life.  These days it seems no matter how I try, they just get worse.   Probably end up like mom......no teeth.
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Well I am not apart of your club of nonnies, thought I was but, the test has proven that I am not.
Even though I am not part of your club I felt compelled to resurrect this post that I obviously missed and answer it as a secretor.

I am a secretor and my teeth have been awful from the get go.  I hated going to the dentist as a child and I hate going to the dentist today.  EVERYTIME and I really mean EVERYTIME I go to the densist it is bad news.  Cavities, cavaties, cavaties and more cavaties!  Now that I am older the new word I hate to hear is crown.  I must say, I do think and act like a princess, but that isn't the kind of crown the dentist is talking about.

As a kid I would brush my teeth two - three times a day and as an adolecent I had braces, so, I would brush my teeth in the morning after breakfast, at noon after lunch, in the evening after dinner and one more time before I went to bed.  I will add, I also brushed after any snacking.  So, I could very well have brushed 6 - 7 times a day depending on if I snacked.  Guess what?  I still had cavaties and with cavaties that meant fillings.  I have been a dental nightmare my whole life!  Just last year we layed out over $8,000 in dental work on my mouth and that was with insurance (2 plans).  We have to be double insured on my mouth because we know I will use both plans plus a lot of money out of pocket.

Here is the rub in this whole deal.  My brother A+ never has ever had a cavaty in his entire 43 years!  To make it worse as a kid he only brushed his teeth once a day!     Now what is that all about?  Why me? Can you say, not fair?

I wasn't much of a candy eater until later into my adult life, so we can't blame the cavaties and bad teeth on eating candy.  

Like I have said before in other posts on this board, I was convinced I was a nonnie because I have a lot of the nonnie traits.  Test have proven me to be a secretor.  So, I thought I would give you all a spin on this dental stuff from a secretor with bad teeth.


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Hey Frosty,
Thought I would chime in.  A HUGE ditto 4 me.  I also have siblings, don't know their blood type that did not fare as bad as me.  I do realize that my blood type puts me @ high risk for them cavities and that explains it all, but I just wish I wasn't the poster girl for the ADA !
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I had quite a few cavities when I was young. Not now.
Since my late 20's I've have trouble with my gums - pockets, infections.
They seem to be stable now, but were very bad before I started the blood type diet. The pockets haven't gotten any worse since then, but I've been eating like a secretor for the last ten years. I just started the Explorer diet about 3 months ago and found out I was a nonnie a few days ago. I wonder if my gum problem will heal up a little.  


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I've never really had trouble with my teeth. While others were always getting cavities and dental work done, not me. I had one cavity as a child and it fell out (baby tooth). And just this year I had my top wisdom teeth pulled because I had a cavity. Also the first time I have ever had them professionally cleaned. My bottom wisdom were pulled 14 years prior because there wasn't enough room for them to grow in. I don't have any fillings in my mouth at all.
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wow Heidi.... I become nearly a bit jealous.... feel fine with your
good teeth... ....


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I've got a permanent retainer for my bottom teeth and a top retainer I wear every night
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Lots of cavities as a child, not one since I had my braces put on at age 12.  A warrior father didn't have one cavity his whole life, never lost a tooth.

O nonnie son good teeth no cavities (dentist says teeth are soft and pitted but not decaying because he brushes, with lots of nagging)

O sec son 1 cavity, again, softer teeth but not real issues.

A sec Warrior husband, teeth knocked out from hockey, full of cavities and crowns.
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