Rocks Off went to the dentist this morning for the first time in... well, a long time. The importance of taking care of your choppers is thus fresh in our minds - especially since we have to go back tomorrow, this time to a "specialist." So... yeah. This would probably be a good time to mention that Smile Programs andMusiCares
, the arm of the Grammys that administers medical and other kinds of assistance, are sponsoring a dental clinic Thursday atSugarHill Studios
. The requirements are no insurance and either proof of employment in the music industry for at least five years or documented credit on six commercially released recordings or videos (including singles). Do that and the dental screenings, X-rays and teeth cleaning are free of charge, but you do need an appointment. Call MusiCares -now
- at 877-626-2748 or emailDanielle.Bowker@grammy.com
for more information. Don't be like us. Take care of your mouths, people. We hear it helps with the ladies (or dudes, if that's your bag). They may not necessarily be the only teeth you'll ever have, but dental work ain't cheap, and Rocks Off is sure you'd rather be spending that money on booze, drugs, clothes, firearms, cars, new gear, or about a thousand other things. Rocks Off isn't trying to scare you, but we put together a gallery of some of music's most messed-up grills - many of which have since been repaired or replaced - after the jump. We just hope you had an early lunch. Oh, and for the record, we are aware there are a lot of Brits in here. Rocks Off is certainly not trying to perpetuate any stereotypes, and we looked for Yanks - really, we did. At least we spared youPete Doherty
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. As for Paul Wall,certain members of our staff
rag on him enough already.