I am in my early-mid thirties, I have 5 children, have - and still do take better care of my teeth and mouth than anyone I know. My diet is great, I drink plenty of water, low on acidic foods, take supplements for vitamins and minerals; yet my teeth won't stop falling apart. I don't know what to do anymore. I'm falling more and more depressed. I have only one molar I can eat with. The rest are missing. Except for one other, which is broken in half. No matter what I do, or don't do, it just doesn't stop. Tonight another tooth broke apart, and i just broke down. I just don't understand. I don't do drugs, I never have. I brush, floss, mouthwash twice daily, and brush and floss after lunch as well. My mouth is in constant pain in one area or another. No matter what, my teeth have never been white either. It looks as though I have never taken care of my teeth, but i always have. Why is this happening to me? How do I stop this? Why am I losing all of my teeth?? And why must dental work be so expensive? I feel as though I must get a denture on the bottom, as all but one molar is gone. I have my 4 front bottom teeth in tact, however. Not that I'll ever be able to afford it. I'm in my 30s, i dont want dentures
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