All I Want For Christmas is My Two Front Teeth

All I Want For Christmas is My Two Front Teeth

From Cory Deeds-Rookstool

After years of being on asthma medications my teeth have rotted so that I now need dentures. Dentures would improve my quality of life dramatically, giving me confidence and better health.

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4 months ago

I recently had a crown break and after an exam with my dentist they have suggested that I go ahead and get all of my teeth extracted and be fitted for dentures. The reason is that years of asthma medications have made my teeth very brittle and I am developing new cavities in teeth that had already been filled. Unfortunately, this is a big blow on top of everything I have gone through this spring. I was lucky enough to have had work as a long-term substitute teacher last fall and had been able to save up the money to have the necessary corneal crosslinking procedure done to hopefully protect my corneas but ran into some complications so it ended up costing more. In addition, due to COVID-19 the schools were physically closed which meant that I lost my income as a substitute teacher. I have been unable to find any other work because I couldn’t be physically exposed to people after the crosslinking procedure. I know times are tight but if you have anything you can spare, please think about donating

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Cory Deeds-Rookstool posted a new update:
4 months ago

Update #1

I recently had a crown break and after an exam with my dentist they have suggested that I go ahead and get all of my teeth extracted and be fitted for dentures. The reason is that years of asthma medications have made my teeth very brittle and I am developing new cavities in teeth that had already been filled. Unfortunately, this is a big blow on top of everything I have gone through this spring. I was lucky enough to have had work as a long-term substitute teacher last fall and had been able to save up the money to have the necessary corneal crosslinking procedure done to hopefully protect my corneas but ran into some complications so it ended up costing more. In addition, due to COVID-19 the schools were physically closed which meant that I lost my income as a substitute teacher. I have been unable to find any other work because I couldn’t be physically exposed to people after the crosslinking procedure. I know times are tight but if you have anything you can spare, please think about donating

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