Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Finding the Beauty in Gum Disease

            Imagine all the beauty inherently present in a case of severe pyarea.  Learn as you watch the miracle of science.  Where else can you find so many different forms of bacteria that work together to produce the beautiful toxins that eat away at things like bone and gum tissue?  The way pyarea takes hold is a monument to cooperation.  Think of all the natural outcomes those bacteria can produce like bleeding, bad breath, and visible pus.  If left untreated, the gums can actually pull away from the teeth and free themselves from you and your judgemental hygienist.  Your senses will be heightened with new experiences of intensified pain and the effects of narcotics that ultimately come to your rescue.  Meanwhile, your liberated molars and bicuspids will be free to frolick on vacation, make a necklace of themselves, or take in a lecture by your wisdom teeth.

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