T is for…Teeth-A-Rexia

   I’m really not paranoid about a lot of things in my life. I’d rather live life and be happy and not be stressed out about the random things that don’t really matter in the long run.
   I do stress out about the color of my teeth.
   I might have a mild case of tooth-a-rexia.
   You see, whenever I look in the mirror my teeth do not look white to me.
I have been thinking about getting my teeth whitened sometime soon.
An old colleague of mine recently had her teeth whitened by a Dentist in Newmarket and the results do look impressive.
I might have to do some research to decide whether this could be the right treatment for me too.
  However, my best friend tells me that if we went dancing at a club, my teeth would glow under the black lights, they are that white.
   When I look in the mirror, they do not look white to me at all.
   So I spend a lot of money on Crest White Strips, which make my teeth super sensitive but yea!
   They are white again!
   Even if it means I can not enjoy ice creams like chocolate Mochi’s because my teeth are super sensitive to cold, damn it.


  1. opinion8dhermit

    your teeth ARE that white! I’d love to have white teeth but even before I drank coffee and did other tooth-staining things, I had yellow teeth. Damned British ancestry.

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