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 Dental horror stories

As a joke, I ate some OREO cookies before I went in for my regular
dental checkup. I made sure to smear the cookies all around in my front
teeth with my tongue when the assitant was preparing the cleaning
needles. She put the light over my mouth and told me to open up and
once she looked down, she freaked =)

Any of you dentists have anything like that happen to you? Or any
entertaining stories to tell? Should be fun

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Mon, 25 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Dental horror stories

Quote:
>As a joke, I ate some OREO cookies before I went in for my regular
>dental checkup. I made sure to smear the cookies all around in my front
>teeth with my tongue when the assitant was preparing the cleaning
>needles. She put the light over my mouth and told me to open up and
>once she looked down, she freaked =)

>Any of you dentists have anything like that happen to you? Or any
>entertaining stories to tell? Should be fun

what a slob!!!

Charlie Ruff, DMD
Specialist in Orthodontics
Diplomate American Board of Orthodontics



Mon, 25 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Dental horror stories

What do you smear the rest of your body with before your medical check-up?

Hans Lennros DDS
=====================================================

Quote:
>As a joke, I ate some OREO cookies before I went in for my regular
>dental checkup. I made sure to smear the cookies all around in my front
>teeth with my tongue when the assitant was preparing the cleaning
>needles. She put the light over my mouth and told me to open up and
>once she looked down, she freaked =)

>Any of you dentists have anything like that happen to you? Or any
>entertaining stories to tell? Should be fun

>Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
>Before you buy.



Mon, 25 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Dental horror stories
On Thu, 8 Jun 2000 11:43:39 +0200, "Hans Lennros"

Quote:

>What do you smear the rest of your body with before your medical check-up?

Whipped cream here...


Mon, 25 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Dental horror stories
*lol* -Hans......
Hans Lennros escribi en mensaje ...
Quote:

>What do you smear the rest of your body with before your medical check-up?

>Hans Lennros DDS
>=====================================================

>>As a joke, I ate some OREO cookies before I went in for my regular
>>dental checkup. I made sure to smear the cookies all around in my front
>>teeth with my tongue when the assitant was preparing the cleaning
>>needles. She put the light over my mouth and told me to open up and
>>once she looked down, she freaked =)

>>Any of you dentists have anything like that happen to you? Or any
>>entertaining stories to tell? Should be fun

>>Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
>>Before you buy.



Mon, 25 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Dental horror stories

Quote:

>>As a joke, I ate some OREO cookies before I went in for my regular
>>dental checkup. I made sure to smear the cookies all around in my front
>>teeth with my tongue when the assitant was preparing the cleaning
>>needles. She put the light over my mouth and told me to open up and
>>once she looked down, she freaked =)

>>Any of you dentists have anything like that happen to you? Or any
>>entertaining stories to tell? Should be fun

>what a slob!!!

As another practical joke, many dentists smear OREO cookies on the
patients' teeth too.
Quote:
>Charlie Ruff, DMD
>Specialist in Orthodontics
>Diplomate American Board of Orthodontics



Mon, 25 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Dental horror stories

Quote:

>What do you smear the rest of your body with before your medical check-up?

Saran Wrap.
Quote:
>Hans Lennros DDS
>=====================================================
>>As a joke, I ate some OREO cookies before I went in for my regular
>>dental checkup. I made sure to smear the cookies all around in my front
>>teeth with my tongue when the assitant was preparing the cleaning
>>needles. She put the light over my mouth and told me to open up and
>>once she looked down, she freaked =)

>>Any of you dentists have anything like that happen to you? Or any
>>entertaining stories to tell? Should be fun

>>Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
>>Before you buy.



Mon, 25 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Dental horror stories
I have you beat by a mile, Oreo!

  I had my car in for a tune up but I wanted to play a joke on the mechanic
so I smeared peanut butter all over the engine block and then covered it
with sugar and then I poured used crankcase oil on top of that.
 I got a call at the office about an hour after dropping it off and it was
the garage mechanic saying that he had to have my car towed to a steam
cleaning facility to clean the engine block. That would be $175. On the way
the tow truck missed a curve in the road and my car had swung sideways and
smashed head on into a van full of 'real' comedians on their way to
rehearsal. There were some critical injuries like 'inability to appreciate
real humor'  (a brain injury) and he went on to say that some of them were
permanent injuries. The worst part being that  because the incident was due
to my "depraved indifference" neither the garage insurance or the tow truck
insurance would be liable.
  The liabilities went through the roof, many of them still in litigation by
the 6 attorneys for the comedians on the brain injury unit at St. Mary's
Hospital. My office liability coverage rightfully denied financial
responsibility in this and my
malpractice policy holder wants me to write a 30,000 page essay on the use
of humor before they will even assign an attorney to the case.
   I cant afford to go grocery shopping because of the 100 fold increase in
my car insurance and I am really hungry right now.
  Do you have any (unused) Oreos left?

   slainte
  Mike  DDS

Quote:

> What do you smear the rest of your body with before your medical check-up?

> Hans Lennros DDS
> =====================================================

> >As a joke, I ate some OREO cookies before I went in for my regular
> >dental checkup. I made sure to smear the cookies all around in my front
> >teeth with my tongue when the assitant was preparing the cleaning
> >needles. She put the light over my mouth and told me to open up and
> >once she looked down, she freaked =)

> >Any of you dentists have anything like that happen to you? Or any
> >entertaining stories to tell? Should be fun

> >Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
> >Before you buy.



Mon, 25 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Dental horror stories
In fact,  years ago blackening of teeth by some Japenese women was considered
very fashionable.  So your behind the times.

Stan



Tue, 26 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Dental horror stories

Quote:

>In fact,  years ago blackening of teeth by some Japenese women was considered
>very fashionable.  So your behind the times.

I thought that came from eating too much chicken with Black Bean
sauce.
Quote:
>Stan



Tue, 26 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Dental horror stories
Hi Joel,

Quote:

>I thought that came from eating too much
>chicken with Black Bean
>sauce.

No actually it was a permanent dye.  
It was consider very attractive  
in some Asian cultures.  

Kind of like the tongue rings of today.



Tue, 26 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Dental horror stories
In parts of China and Taiwan today, they still chew beetlenut, which stains the
teeth red.  Very icky.  

Personally I refrain from eating a thing prior to my dental appointment (after
my morning brushing).  The thought of them seeing dirty teeth would not make me
smile.

Best regards,
LadyAndy2 in Los Angeles, CA (remove "nospam" to reply)



Tue, 26 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
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The active ingredient in that "beetle-nut " formula is actually a stimulant
on the order of {*filter*}. Must be a vey pleasant feeling and the only
documentable
drawback is the blackening of the teeth. In western countries where we
(over) value our smiles that seems bizarre.
 I was there in southeast Asia in 1969 and I can tell you that given my
knowledge of what those people had to look forward to  and their low value
in that situation, for a bright smile I agree with the 'beetle-nut' approach
to life until something better comes along.
  In this country in the years that "Coca-Cola" first came on the scene
there was
real {*filter*} in that beveridge.  That is why when the federal government
first saw a problem and made the first legal inroads against "controlled
substances"
Coca Cola had to substitute caffeine for {*filter*}.
  Why would any one want to blacken their teeth unless it felt good (high)
and why would they need to feel good artificially unless their life
situation did not give them a natural high, like we have with our computers
and the new car and the new job and 2 incomes and affluence.
 If I was a woman in southeast Asia,  making 20 cents a week in a rice paddy
I would definitrely chew beetle nut and have a smile, even if it was a
chemically induced  but  darkened one.
  Was there!


Quote:
> In fact,  years ago blackening of teeth by some Japenese women was
considered
> very fashionable.  So your behind the times.

> Stan



Tue, 26 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Dental horror stories

Quote:
>  Why would any one want to blacken their teeth unless it felt good (high)
>and why would they need to feel good artificially unless their life
>situation did not give them a natural high, like we have with our computers
>and the new car and the new job and 2 incomes and affluence.

Ever been to RAB newsgroup? That's piercing and drawing pictures on
people. I gave that up in the third grade or so.

There is one guy who is so proud of himself. He found an {*filter*}surgeon
(a real one) who helped him get a split tongue.

Those guys rented a bus and all came over to sci.med.dentistry for a
week or so. Oh, boy. We had some fireworks going on that week!

I just can'r see it. I mean two tongues. One works pretty good. Two?
Not for me!

Cheers,

Joel

Quote:
> If I was a woman in southeast Asia,  making 20 cents a week in a rice paddy
>I would definitrely chew beetle nut and have a smile, even if it was a
>chemically induced  but  darkened one.
>  Was there!


>> In fact,  years ago blackening of teeth by some Japenese women was
>considered
>> very fashionable.  So your behind the times.

>> Stan



Tue, 26 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Dental horror stories
I agree.  Kind of like wearing dirty clothes and not taking a shower
before a physical.  Not cool.

SWF DDS


Quote:

> In parts of China and Taiwan today, they still chew beetlenut, which stains the
> teeth red.  Very icky.

> Personally I refrain from eating a thing prior to my dental appointment (after
> my morning brushing).  The thought of them seeing dirty teeth would not make me
> smile.

> Best regards,
> LadyAndy2 in Los Angeles, CA (remove "nospam" to reply)



Tue, 26 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 
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