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I want to fix my teeth. What do?
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>missing lower k9 tooth (pic related)
>Teeth are pretty yellow with weird marbling of white, yellow, and transparent blotches.
>I still need to get my wisdom teeth removed
>I have 30k of disposable income
>I live in Canada
I went to an orthodontist and he said I could go with braces or invisalign (liners). He also told me I wouldn't have to replace my missing k9. also:
>braces cost $6000 and will take between 1.5 - 2 years to finish their job.
>he told me that if I did want to get a prosthetic tooth, it would cost me an extra $4000.
My questions are:
>should I get my wisdom teeth taken out before or after I get my braces
>should I get a new k9 implanted? Or just let it be?
>Should I go with braces or invisalign?
>Any way I can get braces for less than 6k?
>how do i get my teeth whitened?
Advice will be greatly appreciated.
I’m gonna get a cavity filled in Vietnam on Monday. Will cost like $20, compared to many hundreds in the first world. Officer seemed clean and professional when I went for a cleaning and checkup, will see how filling goes (dunno if they have the numbing needles)
>>1379516 >Philippines fuck no, filled with Hepatitis B and questionable surgery.
loads of great dentists in angeles city, thats where i got my teeth done. it was 1/10 what i would have paid in california and the dentist had previously worked at a practice in the states anyway.
the care in general is going to be shoddy. angeles caters to foreigners, but even then if you have real problems they're far from ideal
I'd honestly just go to singapre. even malaysia has pretty substandard care
I have noticed that there are a lot of dentists in Thailand at the tourist destinations.
How reliable are they for more extensive work?
I have a missing premolar since a few years back.
I lived in Thailand for a long time, and was impressed with the quality of the limited dental work I received; also entire than a few dental tourists in BKK.
I got a job in Warren, Michigan, in the northern suburbs of Detroit. Never been to Michigan (or the Midwest) before and have no idea what area I should live in. Warren itself doesn't seem too appealing. I've heard that Troy and Rochester Hills are nice. What areas would you recommend? Any places to avoid at all costs?
Wtf job did you get in Warren? Boarding up abandoned houses?
I grew up in Warren, moved away 10 years ago when shit started getting worse. I would say Clinton twp, novi or troy are "good" places to go. If you have money, Bloomfeild is the best, lots off rich people over there. Rochester hills is too.
>>1379418 >>1379421 >Wtf job did you get in Warren
I'll be renting initially, so I've been looking at apartments, and Rochester Hills seems very solid. Troy doesn't seem to have many rentals at the moment. Would the commute from Rochester Hills to Warren be too much? Looks like it's supposed to be about a 25-30 minute drive along I-75. No idea what the traffic picture is. Where I'm coming from 20 miles can mean 2 hours of gridlock.
Bloomfield here. Assuming you aren't some cancerous fuck from the west coast, what the first poster said is all good advice. If you don't care for family amenities (safe schools and vibrant community) most cities along Woodward are good until you hit Ferndale. Ferndale is the brave new frontier of gentrification pushing back into the ghetto, and not everyone local to the city is happy about it. Berkeley is actually seeing some revitalization, as well as Clawson. Sterling Heights is decent, Madison is iffy but mostly ok. Utica and all the places downriver are all working class white towns, but not all of them are equal. Trenton, for example, is a miserable post-industrial shithole that has seen better days. Some of those towns just have this unbearable aura of hopelessness. Other places like Wyandotte or Riverview are actually ok-ish, but they still have blue-collar sensibilities. Dearborn is basically the premiere Arab colony in America, but the town is nice and they spruced things up quite well. I kinda shill for the place since I've had a lot of misguided assumptions proven wrong the more I visit.
I think Grosse Pointe is closer to Warren. It is very nice although a lot of Nogs were able to move in during the recession, unfortunately. It's still nice though and should be cheaper than Bloomfield.
agreed on Dearborn... the Metro Detroit Sand Niggers are much nicer and based than elsewhere. A lot of very nice people... Not like the arrogant fucks you see in Cali,
Couldn't find one, so I'm making own edition
Anyone spend an amount of time around Roma Termini? My phone is dying and my train doesn't arrive for another hour or so
I'm forgetting basic shit lately. I was so focused on getting to the checkin counter that I forgot I had to withdraw money. Went into auto mode then and yep, won't ever make this mistake again. People are starting to leave the airport now. Never actually slept in an airport before, just outside so this will be a first.
Beforehand next trip, you withdraw cash that you intend to come home with. Really treat it as emergency fund, not expendable unless you have to, like tonight. So you don't need to be thinking about it when needed. Any sympathetic looking traveler? Someone who could lend you a fiver for drinks or snacks?
I'm used to not eating for a day so this doesn't bother me. And I'm the type of autist who would rather die than beg for money in a foreign country. Especially as a so called western. I've seen white people begging in countries and it's not a level I would drop down to. I'll just suck it up, who knows once it gets really quiet I might speak to another non work, non cashier person for the first time in years.
How to find job in Italy as a foreigner? I can do pretty much everything. I have great English proficiency and my girlfriend is Argentinian that speaks Italian, so I have free lessons. I am thinking of a period between April and June.
Any advice based on mistakes you have made as a traveler?
Old thread here:
Ask itt; anything to do with thailand such as traveling, scams to avoid, good places to drink at, etc etc
Starting thread with a dump of old Thailand pics from Chiang Mai, and Pattaya, from 1960 forward.
He can realistically do Thai and Laos in that timw frame, especially with what his interests are
What if I was there for 25 days?
What pocket wifi company would you guys recommend? Is there one that would let me take my wifi to laos and deposit it there if I pick it up in thailand?
Those are real tits, you tit.
I-is there a donkey show here? I always wanted to see one in Mexico but I don’t want to get my head chopped off.
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Bestcal coming through.
Live near LA, but like to visit the Central Coast. What's the meme?
Thinking about spending 10 days in Colombia in May or June. What should I expect? Where should I go? Any tips and tricks are appreciated.
>>1378570 >follow a intensive Spanish course.
Which school are you going to enroll in?
Toucan Spanish School
>>1378787 >At least in Bogota, where I go.
When I was in Bogotá the hookers looked very unappealing to me. They look much better in Europe.
where did you go?
Beautiful, friend. Thank you.
Im thinking of going to the Ukraine to see Chernobyl and the Odessa catacombs. What's the safest and most efficient way to get from Kiev to Odessa? Preferably cost friendly.
fly to Odessa from Kyiv to and fro, 2-hour flight.
sleeper trains were comfy as
Cheapest way --> Train (sleeper train for Odesa)
Most efficient way --> Plane (only use it with Odesa) You can make a long day trip out of Chernobyl if necessary.
Might just do that. Ive been dying to go to Chernobyl for the last 3 years, the more time I spend there the better. Who cares if I grow a 3rd eye
Odessa, the central blocks that are nice (you'll see what i mean), has great food and nightlife for cheap, the huge open market is worth a look too.
We ended up hitting a few of the many strip clubs just to spend the money we pulled out, exchange was 25 of their dollars to one usd at the time.
Over the last year I've saved up $40,000 USD with the sole intention of traveling the world and impregnating as many women as I possibly can. I want to spread my genes everywhere.
It looks like SEA, Japan and parts of south america would be ideal for this, but i'm a novice traveler so any tips would be appreciated.
I want to make sure a nuclear holocaust, war, famine or disease epidemic won't wipe out all my kin, so a diverse itinerary is needed.
I'm OK with spending all the money, but I would like to do it efficiently — and obviously I want to have fun doing it.
Any itinerary recommendations?
Philippines they post on CL looking for 'donors', same with Kenya I've noticed, but anywhere in Asia generally.
But your 'kind' will grow up with a single mother and turn out fucked because you aren't around
I wish I could save $40k in a year.
Anyway, the only way that’ll work is in very catholic countries (eg Latin America) or extremely backward countries (eg Africa) where the women aren’t all in birth control and wouldn’t just get an abortion. In Asia it absolutely would not work since they’d just abort as a last result.
I read about some Japanese guy that had like 100 kids in Southeast Asia doing this.
Thailand, specifically. Though I think all was surrogates/ in vitro
So the Philippines, and Latin America. Throw in China, and Japan, where any semblance of a relationship equals no condom use, and you have the majority of the world right there.
Does anyone here have any experience with IAD and snow?
>flight leaving wednesday morning at 1125 to DEL
>snow supposed to start lightly falling around 1am
>total accumulation for the day is going to be 1-3 inches
What are the chances my shit gets canceled or significantly delayed? I have a connecting flight with another carrier and my layover is currently 5 hours. I am estimating I will need 2-3 hours to clear immigration and check through domestic security to catch my next flight.
Excuse me, your OP had me thinking IAD was where the connection was. If that's the case, I think you'll be fine unless the flight is outright cancelled.
Unless the airport is fucking closed down with everything cancelled, airports do everything they can to get intercontinental flights out close to on time.
Was your flight cancelled?
Nah it was “on time” ended up sitting on the runway for 2 hours waiting to de-ice. It killed my nerves but I was able to catch my next flight in Delhi with about an hour to spare.
I must say the air India plane looked shitty and the In-flight entertainment sucked but I’ve never had so much leg room on an international flight before. Also the food was great.
Airlines pad their schedules for that all important "on time" rate. Many think its runway to runway but most do gate to gate.
i'll be in LA for about a week. any suggestions of what to do or where to go while i'm there?
>>1379405 >>>>> Yeah well I don't know so sorry about that.
morality....? say what?
>>1379473 >say what?
Basically what I meant was that in the East you have more integrity and honestly rather than the West.
>>1379473 >say what?
So basically what I meant was that in the East you have more of an integrity and honestly rather than the West. It's mostly just a saying that I've heard of before.
>>1379473 >say what?
So basically what I meant was that in the East you have more of an integrity and honestly rather than over here in the West. It's mostly just a saying that I've heard of before.