Can't these people learn to keep their gums under cover or have corrective surgery or be put away someplace with others of their kind?
One of my coworkers got hers lasered off. Her teeth looked better but it was painful and she said she "tasted steak" for days. Gross.
They creep you out b/c they remind you of infants.
I know what you mean. Little teeth with outrageously big gums. I want to say "Please shut your mouth cause you are scaring me."
[quote]They creep you out b/c they remind you of infants.
Um, no. Infants are cute. They creep me out because they remind me of the creature from "Aliens."
I used to work very closely with one of these women. She was fairly pretty, but my god, she had GUMS for days with TINY baby teeth.
She was friendly, and had an easy smile, so she was ALWAAAAYS smiling and showing all those gums.
I engineered a way to get her fired. She lost her insurance while she was pregnant.
They don't necessarily have small teeth. It's the way their lips open.
Katie Couric is badly afflicted with this defect, yes?
Apparently so. I have instinctively avoided looking too closely. Until now.
There is a surgery that mostly The Chinese do for this affliction wherein they cut that thing in the middle of the inside of your upper lips and somehow, it allows the lips to come down to cover up more of the gums. I hate gummy smiles.
[quote]There is a surgery that mostly The Chinese do for this affliction wherein they cut that thing in the middle of the inside of your upper lips and somehow, it allows the lips to come down to cover up more of the gums.
I don't understand that. How would it work? There's nothing preventing the lips from coming down, right? It's that the smile lifts them up too high.
I'm creed out by gummy worms, at least I was the first time I bought them. They look and feel like actual worms, aside from being neon colored.
Nightmare site for OP, info for the divine ShinjukuBaby.
I don't have small teeth but I do have a gummy smile. It happens.
Fat, a bent dick, and a gummy smile is no way to go through life, son
Sadly, Sheryl Crow knows the heartbreak of gumismiliosis.