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Re: Long term benefits of OP?
pjay Views: 3,772
Published: 10 years ago
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Re: Long term benefits of OP?

Well, in June I will be up to this for about 2 years. I noticed right away...within 3 weeks, maybe 2 that my teeth were less sensitive. A few times I have slacked off and didn't pull for a week or so, just because I forgot, or was busy doing other things in the morning when I usually pull. I started to get my sensitive teeth problem back and it is very very very painful on the gum line from brushing too hard. Started pulling again, and within a day maybe two, no problem, no sensitivity. I don't have to pull every day to keep them feeling good, but at least 3-4 times a week. Also, my dentist was wanting to do a root canal about a year or so ago, and so far he hasn't said another word about it. Not that I would show up for that...:)

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