Friday, July 31, 2009

And Now for Some Good News--

According to a new study published in the Journal of the American Dental Association, six-foot redheaded Charismatic Mennonite baristas with glasses and overbites are unlikely to get those charming overbites fixed. CNN reports:

New research published in this month's Journal of American Dental Association found that painful experiences at the dentist might cause more anxiety for men and women with red hair, who were twice as likely to avoid dental care than people with dark hair.

"Redheads are sensitive to pain," said Dr. Daniel Sessler, an Outcomes Research Department chair at The Cleveland Clinic, in Cleveland, Ohio, who is one of the authors.

"They require more generalized anesthesia, localized anesthesia. The conventional doses fail. They have bad experiences at the dentist and because of the bad experiences, they could avoid dental care." [more...]

Excellent! Those of us with IASFRCMBGO couldn't be happier!
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