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Dr. Malcmacher says this article will teach you how NOT to present esthetic services to patients!

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.

https://www.facialesthetics.org/blog/dr_malcmacher_says_this_article_will_teach_you_how_not_to_present_esthetic_services_to_patients

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