My teeth had, again, aged and different things, medicines I was taking, chewing tobacco in the past and smoking in the past, and my teeth had gotten to the point where they were beginning to chip quite a bit. So, the ends of them were kind of breaking off, and I thought we might need to do something. And I’d had them repaired a time or two, but the fact that some of them were different colors than the other ones and it was just, when you smile you went, keep your mouth shut. But it’s better than that now, but and I knew I had to have it done.
But anyway, when you do 13 crowns it takes a little bit. But I mean he was good, he numbed me up plenty good. I didn’t feel a thing, so it was shocking to begin with. I thought we were going to do, four or five, or maybe do the uppers and take a little break and then do the lowers. But he came in like I say, that day and goes, when he started numbing me up, he said, “We’re just going to do them all today.” I mean it was okay, it didn’t bother me, and I’ve had very little problems since. It worked out good.
A lot of times, and like the other one I went to, they call your name and that’s about the extent of it. You’re here and you’re going to have this done and then when you’re done, you’re gone. Pay me my money and then go on about your way. They’re people that are good like Cameron particularly now, was just real outgoing, and you feel like hey, I know her, and she knows me. And we bumped into them at Wal-Mart, and they recognize you. The other people, I’ve seen them and walked by them, and they don’t know who I am. Of course, they see a lot of people. But I think here, they have a little more compassion for patients.
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