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  1. Lauren
    Lauren October 20, 2011 at 12:39 pm | | Reply

    WOW! Thank you for the reminder!

  2. Vicki
    Vicki October 20, 2011 at 2:26 pm | | Reply

    For PWD who have dental insurance they may qualify for an extra cleaning paid for each year if they get a form and have a physician sign it.

  3. T1 in Boston
    T1 in Boston October 20, 2011 at 10:38 pm | | Reply

    AB, I was a tough sell on flossing too. I dealt with it by _promising_ myself I would floss every OTHER day. Somehow it was easy for me to remember – I’d either say: “yay – I don’t have to floss today bc I did it yesterday!” or “yay – after I floss, I don’t have to do it tomorrow!” It was a win-win! More importantly, it helped me get over the resistance. From there it wasn’t hard to do it every day. That was years ago and I haven’t looked back. Today it doesn’t faze me one bit, and I am an avid flosser. You’ll get there, too. Good luck! :)

  4. Renee Wilson
    Renee Wilson November 21, 2011 at 3:29 am | | Reply

    I too am a PWD Type 2. Periodontal disease has wreeked havoc with my teeth. This is good info for me! I just have to practice more discipline now with brushing and get used to all the flossing. Small price tp pay to save my teeth. Also, I’ve found it helpful to use a good tooth rinse after brushing.

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