I just might be the only old woman who would buy a bison jawbone!
It is from the Pleistocene period
1,000 to 15,000 years old.
Found in the Kansas River Bed, Wyandocotthe County, Kansas.
It reminded me of a Viking ship.
He appears to have had most of his teeth when he died.
They could have used a bit of dental cleaning, I suppose,
But so do mine every three months!
I teased my dentist for thirty years about needing to keep my teeth until I died.
Well, I almost made it. Until I broke a molar and split the root.
Now, I have a costly jawbone graft.
Perfectly healed and ready for the metal post implant on which the fake tooth is stuck.
Except that I figure it’s too much trouble since I won’t use it long anyway!
There is an expression in Texas about teeth.
That fellow’s got Summer Teeth!
(Translation: Some are there and some are not!)
Reckon I got Summer Teeth now too!