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I don’t really know why; it really shouldn’t be, but it is. Don’t ever take your retainer out ever.” Some are grossed out by the fact that I have to wear a retainer at all, and some people simply don’t care. It’s been suggested that I just not kiss with tongue, but, quite frankly, that’s not something I’m willing to give up.
In the past I’ve received mixed reactions to my missing teeth from various people who’ve known about it. Should I tell him I wear a retainer before he just kind of finds out? Should I say it’s a permanent retainer and that doesn’t come out (because *it’s not coming out.*)? And — perhaps most importantly — how can I remain confident?
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Bear with me here; this is going to get original & interesting. (Please feel free to do a quick google search.) I’ve been through all kinds of orthodontic work, and now my teeth are all pretty and nice and stuff. The treatment plan my parents, orthodontist, and I have chosen is for me to eventually get dental implants (which should actually be happening within the next few years). By looking at me, one would *never* be able to tell I had fake teeth or even that I was wearing a retainer.
You can warn him in vague terms that you’ve had dental work and that he might notice something when you kiss.
He lives on Social Security, which is OK, but he has no upper teeth. His bottom teeth are rotten, and he has no intention of replacing them. His lack of attention to dental hygiene is a danger to his health. And when you do, explain that there are low-cost options for getting treatment — such as contacting a school of dentistry where students treat patients under the supervision of qualified professors.
I would be willing to pay for his teeth, but because I’m not sure how to approach the subject, I have decided not to see him anymore. If his problem is fear of dentists, that can be dealt with too.
Rather than write any checks to pay for his new teeth, encourage him to be more proactive in taking care of himself. DEAR ABBY: I have read letters in your column about lazy adult sons moving back home. After being gone 15 years, my son lost his job, house and wife and had to move back with us.
I admit I was apprehensive, but on his first day home he started to rebuild our 30-year-old patio. He lives nearby and still maintains our vehicles and helps out a lot around the house with things my wife and I find difficult to do.