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(Daily Mail)   A new high-tech gumshield with a silicone balloon inside that rests against the teeth and is connected to a small machine that pumps air in and out of the balloon could replace braces... If it didn't make the wearer look even more ridiculous   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 2
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2014-03-25 07:12:21 AM
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I can't believe it's going to take A GIRL to bring this up...you mean not one of you guys thought about the "possibilities" of someone having small vibrating devices on the top and bottom of their mouth??!!!?

/sorry about all the dental problems
//if you're a good person, not-perfect teeth are not as big a thing as you think
2014-03-25 12:26:18 AM
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12 to 18 months with conventional braces.

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