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I now have a new wisdom tooth, which has fully emerged.
The tooth looks a bit strange and it doesn't meet or grind
against any other molar. This means that it has no function
other than to occupy a certain amount of space at the
back of my mouth, making it the perfect candidate for
into a dental artwork.
There are two main possibilities:
1 Arrange for the
tooth to be carved like a piece of ivory into a form - I'm
thinking of a small head staring upwards with an open
2 Have a miniature tooth gnome made and
installed like an implant using the wisdom tooth as an
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||// the perfect candidate for conversion into a dental artwork //
||"They took all the teeth
And put 'em in a teeth museum
And they charged the people
A dollar and a half to seem 'em ..."
||[8th of 7]; Big Yellow Tooth-Extraxi?
||Perfect for pulling out into traffic, shirley ?
||So, [xen] has a wisdom tooth. There's irony.
||//no function other than to occupy a certain amount of space//
A built in tongue scraper. Oral gymnastics to do both sides though. Maybe the Gnome can hold a broom.
||Ha - I have 3 wisdom teeth. Two of them are on walk-about as part of an artwork I made some time ago. The remaining one that recently emerged is the subject of this idea.
||Proof that wisdom teeth do not live up to their name.