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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Skulls_n_Souls, Mar 9, 2017.

  1. Skulls_n_Souls

    Skulls_n_Souls Member

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    Just figured I put this here since I never really did one.

    25, a dentist (BOO!). Been playing DotA since 2010 or so. Never got into it *that* much until 1 - 1.5 years ago. Into Metal, Rock, and Psychedelic music, and I play a little bit of guitar.





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  2. Louie!

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  3. Mimic

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    Can you clean my teeth? I promise I won't bite.
     
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  4. TheArsonist

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    How rare is hyperdontia and how many extra teeth is the usual?
     
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  5. Skulls_n_Souls

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    @Mimic
    Depends on how much you're willing to pay :p

    @TheArsonist
    Don't know the exact numbers, but it's not common, but mesiodens (a peg-like tooth between your upper central incisors) are the most common, and, afaik, upper premolars (tooth #4, starting count from middle to either side) and laterals (#2)

    Are you testing me? :cat:
     
  6. TheArsonist

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    Nah, I got 3 of these myself :D
    Only one has come out so far, but it doesn't bother me much atm.
     
  7. Skulls_n_Souls

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    @TheArsonist
    lol well, usually a simple (simple for the doctor, not the patient) orthodontic/surgical procedure could solve it.
    Your dentist probably have told you this, but there are cases when hyperdontia where it is a symptom of something else. Just wanted to let you know.

    Stay healthy!
     
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  8. KoR_.Zero

    KoR_.Zero New Member

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    I once ate a *very hot* porkchop once - while my mouth was still dry (I didn't drink water before putting the porkchop in my mouth nor did I produce saliva. Plus, I didn't really talk nor open my mouth much prior to eating).

    It kinda burned a lil chunk out of my gums/hard palate or whatever you call the area right behind the front teeth.

    It bled everytime I chewed something near it for the first 4~5 days then it became hard/dry - comfortable enough to allow foods to touch the area.

    After 2~3 months a small bony thing came out from it (I can feel it with my tongue when I reach for the roof of my mouth).

    And now, there's like a centimeter of tooth that has grown from it.

    Is that a normal side-effect of burnt gums?