Wednesday, 6 March 2013

I'm Going To Miss My Dentist

No, seriously, I am. He was cute and funny and nice to talk to.

If it wasn't for the fact that he takes metal to my teeth I might find visiting him quite enjoyable.

The reason I'm going to miss him is because I won't have to see him for another six months now. I have an appointment for three months time to visit a "dental hygeinist" but I was under the impression that was a...well, a dentist. Apparently it seems I was incorrect in my assumption. Not a great deal happened at the dentist if I'm honest but I'm remarkably good at making posts out of very little. Although I was in a different room, and on a different chair (PS Dentist chairs may be the most comfortable thing in the world. I attribute this to the fact that it's where you're likely to endure the most uncomfortable pain in the world) and it was a bit slippery and he said he'd catch me if I fall. Sometimes I wish I was more of a casual flirt in real life. My dentist is by far the nicest man to ask me to open my mouth wider.

I really wish that was a joke.

Well anyway other than that not much happened, as I already said. He scraped my teeth a little more, but it wasn't a big job this time so it didn't hurt too much and I wasn't even offered the needle to the gums. He also gave me this tiny little brush that's for between my teeth. This man takes his oral hygeine very seriously, and he's lucky he's cute because frankly I don't like the idea of jabbing something between my teeth but dammit I don't want to disappoint him.

Also it turns out I DO have tonsils. I wasn't sure if I did or didn't, and he said he would tell me the first time I was there, and we just kept forgetting about it.

So, in summary, I'm incredibly gay, my dentist is camp and awesome, and I have clean teeth. He even polished them for me, which was basically him cleaning them for me with an electric toothbrush. It felt very weird.

A visual representation of my teeth. Also I shall miss the excuse to post pictures of Colgate, the cutest Dentist in all the lands.
I think the real lesson to take away from this is a very simple one. I should never ever write a post when I'm happy about something because damn, it gets pretty weird.

10 comments:

  1. I also am unsure whether I have tonsils!

    Congrats on finding out you have them. I'm sure they are useful for something. Aaaand off to Wikipedia I go...

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  2. Do you know the song, "Catch me I'm falling"? I think it came out in the 80's. It's now stuck in my head because of what you said about falling out of the chair and your dentist promising to catch you.

    Found it!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNQUhqFZ3h8

    You're welcome ha ha ha

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  3. haha being happy is not a bad thing at all...i have never really looked forward to the dentist...esp not that gum check....ack.....

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  4. I thought everybody had tonsils.They're a body part after all.
    Unless you had adenoids as a child and they had to pull them out.
    That happened to Roald Dahl.Fact.
    And where would we be without dentists?!:)

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  5. Glad to hear that your glad with your teeth Mark, just keep up to date on the brushing and you'll be sweet buddy. I know what it's like to miss someone even though they're just doing their job, my psychiatrist being a good example.

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  6. I absolutely LOVE having my teeth cleaned. I never want to eat or drink anything other than water afterwards.

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  7. Ahhh... I haven't been to the dentist since I was a kid, so I see no need to go to one for the rest of my life. However, they sound like fun.

    On getting the word out about the book... I would say you need a publicity stunt. Usually, the only way I get people to come to my site is by writing about topics people are really, super interested in. Like Taylor Swift or Bieber... then a little bit of their fame trickles down to me...very little. Hmmm... I guess you could try dating Taylor Swift? I don't know.... you just have to find a way capture the public's imagination, is what I'm trying to say.

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  8. It may be weird, but I was entertained nonetheless! And yes, the tooth cleaning is always a really strange feeling.

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  9. I know the feel, omg. My retainer just broke and my dentist is halfway across the world. To be honest I don't really need to wear it anymore since I got my braces off what...4...5...years ago? But I'm excessively vain about my smile. And I can feel my teeth shifting already and it's driving me mad oh god.

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  10. I loved this happy post.
    I however am not so excited about my dentist. Sure, he is young,and some might find him cute but personally, I will be glad if I never have to see him again after next Wednesday

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