In October of 2008 me and my family left our home due to toxic mold. The previous year I had knocked my front tooth out during track practice. I had gotten a fake tooth that stayed in my mouth, and a few months later had to get a root canal because my tooth had died. Anyway after me and my family left the house we moved to Arizona to get professional help and to be in dryer air. We were all VERY sick because the house we lived in had really high levels of stachybostrys black mold. It’s the most toxic mold in the world. In Arizona we began a diet that helped detox the toxins out of our bodies and it has helped immensely although we still have a very long road ahead of us. In this past June I had my fake tooth removed completely because it was infected and I decided I didn’t want it in my mouth anymore. I didn’t get a crown I just got a removable tooth that I put in everyday when I go out. At home I keep it out since it’s not the most comfortable thing in the world. I love that I have no tooth and I think it’s a unique story that isn’t very common. I love my hair, my eyes, my collar bones and my personality. I hope one day this story will help someone else living in mold to get out of their house or someone who needs to get their tooth removed and is self conscious about it. It’s fun and unique to have a tooth removed! Anyway this is me: and I’m so thankful God has given me all He’s given me. He’s my best friend 🙂
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