Dentist

Norman

Registered User
Oct 9, 2003
4,348
Birmingham Hades
We have been to the dentist today.
Peg had clean up ,nothing else wrong.
I have to have an extraction ,one tooth!!!!
Ain't life strange ?
Norman :confused:
 

connie

Registered User
Mar 7, 2004
9,519
Frinton-on-Sea
Norman, "STRANGE", not exactly the word I would choose, but whats in a word. Glad that you seem a bit lighter of spirit. Warmest regards, Connie
 

daughter

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Mar 16, 2005
824
I know Mum was dreading the day Dad had to see a dentist with his toothache. He'd been having lots of sweet things, which we hadn't been discouraging after he wouldn't eat much.

When I visited that afternoon he was sitting there as bright as ninepence after the offending tooth had been removed - no problem! Relief all round.

Great to hear about Peggy eating again Norm and good luck with the extraction!
 

snuffyuk

Registered User
Jul 8, 2004
188
Near Bristol
My dear mum had loads of dentures so no real probs.
When I was a child my mum would take us all very regularly to the dentist. Made no difference to me as despite that I always had to have a filling!
Anyway, the dentist was from the north of England. He told us that there everyone (almost) had a 21st birthday present of all teeth taken out and dentures given as a replacement whether you needed them or not.

Regards
snuffy