1. Yes! This stuff happens to me too. I use two different toothpastes, one is more concentrated fluoride that I use at night and don’t rinse after. So add that to the normal mix and it makes it even harder not to screw up. Ha. Let’s reserve our adjacent nursing home rooms now. 😉

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    • HAHAHA!!! Seriously depressing! I keep telling myself that I’m not falling apart..but then the dentist tells me yesterday I have some cracks in my back teeth and that there are “crowns” in my future…WHAAAAT??? That’s for old people!!! The only crown I’m interested in Queen Elizabeth’s..sheesh! (no more hard pretzels for me…😦)

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      • You must have pretty good teeth! I have had crowns for a number of years. I also have 2 implants. Genetic gum disease and bad teeth. Both my sister and I have spent thousands of dollars on our mouths. 😦
        I have been falling apart for years.


    • Oh Katie- that IS bad, and I can totally relate. My husband, like you, has always had vision problems..it’s actually very different to suddenly “go fuzzy” later in life. At first I kept rubbing my eyes..I actually had this felling that I could just rub it away ..as if I got suntan lotion in my eyes.. Yesterday, we got out of the car and I accidentally dropped my glasses on the sidewalk (from my lap) not only did I not see them (my husband thankfully did) I didn’t hear them drop either….oh,oh. 👵🏽


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