If you have tetracycline damage and were born during the 1960's, you might be a pingie. Please take this seriously; it will be proven within the year. I was impinged in April of 1966, at sixteen months of age. The project had its development and epicenter in the Valley Forge region of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, but went national to a lesser extent. From 1960 to 1970, 35,000 infants were impinged, 25,000 of which are still living today.
The FDA was aware of the damage caused to teeth by tetracycline before 1960, but doctors were kept unaware and encouraged to prescibe the drug. If it weren't for tetracycline, only pingies would have discolored and malformed teeth. Tetracycline was deliberately balamed as the cover syndrome, so that there would be no isolated group of children who would all test positive for a series of additional health problems. I have written a book about my life as a pingie, entitled, "You Might Be a Pingie". The book chronicles my attempts at searching for medical treatment and explains impingement in detail. The book is available through Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com. It is also available in India and the UK. Please search the title on google for addditonal information and related threads. I would not joke about something as serious as the lives of 35,000 infants and the destruction caused to their families. This is an extremely serious and sensative topic, please believe me that I am not kidding. My publisher felt that an autobiography of an obscure 44 year old televison producer would sound sophmoric to most, and so we have marketed the book as science fiction. It won't be the first science fiction book to become accepted as truth, but it will be the first to do so within one year. Please don't pay cash for dental verneers, I haven't, and I suggest that you wait one year. You'll be glad you did.