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Friday, December 02, 2011

Gonzales, La-I had something happen a few weeks ago that is still quite perplexing on the ol’ brain.

I had been sitting around for a few days and my teeth just felt wrong. I can’t explain it, really, but it was sort of like my mouth didn’t feel big enough for my teeth anymore. I know that sounds odd, but it really is the best way I can describe it and try and give you some type of picture you can sympathize with.

Needless to say, I thought a trip to the dentist was in order.

Now, I’ve only lived in my community for a short time, so hadn’t been to a dentist in the area. As most people will attest, going to the dentist can be a bit scary, and I will readily admit that I am one of the many who have a phobia of sorts about the entire experience.

That being said, I picked my dentist, called the office, and made my appointment, which fortunately was for the following morning. Fortunate for two reasons as firstly, I didn’t have to wait too long, as my mouth really did hurt, and secondly, very little time needed to now be spent on the anxiety regarding the actual visit.

Brush, floss and Botox

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