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About my abdl stuff as I am today.

I've just had a visit with the dentist, while I've never had an issue with my teeth I'm also ashamed to admit I've not taken good care of them since I was about 14 and after several years not seeing a dentist (my closest is a butcher and has been closed 4 times in 10 years over hygiene issues) I finally found a new one.

Went in today to have a couple fillings done and when she finished she looked at the time, "oh we have an hour left do you want to stop for the day or try and do a couple more."

Well I chose to continue so I get home and my entire mouth top and bottom is numb from anaesthetic.

Never have I been happier to have baby bottles, sippy cups and a waterproof bib. I would not be able to drink right now without them. 😄🥴
 
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Belarin said:
my closest is a butcher
Some of them just do it for the buzz 🤭
Kind of wierd, though, isn't it? I mean, it's traumatic enough, but at the end of it, apart from the obvious relief, you feel 'normal' or that you at least have a chance of being 'normal'. If you've ever felt apart from the world, it's a reminder of the common-bond.
My last big dental work, and my last-ditch effort at being 'normal', was back in the mid-90s. But my last dentist, in the mid-00s, was a butcher and made things worse. Since then, I've only used emergency yankers, but mostly just sucked out dodgy ones myself (aided by spreaded infections).
 
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I haven't been to a dentist in years, mostly because it's not something I really think about. I was never consistent with brushing my teeth, but once I got my paci I've been remembering to brush my teeth every day. If I didn't have my paci brushing my teeth wouldn't even be a thing that crosses my mind
 

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I went last year to my dentist, has to get wisdom teeth removed.
 

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Belarin said:
I've just had a visit with the dentist, while I've never had an issue with my teeth I'm also ashamed to admit I've not taken good care of them since I was about 14 and after several years not seeing a dentist (my closest is a butcher and has been closed 4 times in 10 years over hygiene issues) I finally found a new one.
Eek! Well, good on you for making up for lost time. It can be such a relief to shed the guilt and get that sort of stuff taken care of.

In a couple of months, I'm due to see my dentist for my semi-annual cleaning. Minor hiccup: He was killed in a mountain climbing accident this last summer. 🤯 Surreal--and very sad, of course. I never exactly enjoyed visiting him, but I knew what to expect, and that's kind of a big deal. I'm really not looking forward to seeing somebody else.
 
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I'm really not looking forward to seeing somebody else.
I hear that, I have had the same dentists since I was like 6 so my trust to the guy is godly.

sad when you think about it but if he was middle aged when I was 6 just 20 years later and I worry about him retiring, (I know it's pretty selfish) since the guy has really made it trusting for me to go and see if anything is up or if I need a filling but it's just what happens when your younger then the person working on you.

Not so sure how I am going to feel when he does retire, I'll go back to the same place for sure since I know other people since I was 6 ish but it's hard to think someone can match the trust I had for him
 

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I finally found a good one a couple of years ago. I never realized just how bad the others were. I am no longer afraid to go. When I have a substantial appointment they always ask if I want nitrous oxide. I think this has made all the difference in the world, I'm about halfway though about 18 appointments to get everything the way it should . Expensive but so worth it. I actually wore a boosted pullup to the last appointment. Made it even better.
 
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I used to hate trips to the dentist, as I said my last was a butcher. This new one I have found though I may be paying more for (Private not NHS) but she is amazing.

My first session she talked me through everything, constantly reassuring and explaining everything well, provided a range of option and walked me through them even took photos of my teeth and put them up on a screen to show me exactly what work needed doing and why. She has been very gentle with treatment, really seems to know what she is doing and how to support a more worried patient.

would and have recommended to everyone.
 
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