The Agony of Visiting the Dentist

I’ve been hesitating seeing the dentist for the longest time. It’s not that I’m afraid of the dental check-up but more being confined in the chair due to my claustrophobic tendencies. In the end I was ok. I talked myself through it. Kept telling myself I was halfway through and soon it would be over.

The oddest thing is I enjoyed dental check-ups as a kid. Never had any major work done, so never really felt any pain. Just love the sensation of rubbing my tongue over sparkly clean teeth.

So glad I won’t have coffee and tea stained teeth on my birthday so the agony was worth it. Now all I need to do is make flossing a routine.

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4 Responses to The Agony of Visiting the Dentist

  1. verena says:

    Good for you! I have always been lazy on the dental visits and for years i haven’t sat on a dentist chair until this year. ;p

    • bookjunkie says:

      Thanks 🙂 how nice if we could get manicures or pedicures at the same time or something to distract us while in that chair.

      • verena says:

        Haha, yes indeed! someone should moot that idea to the dentists, maybe they can even get a cut of what the mani/pedicurists charge. :p

        And since I am here, happy birthday in advance! (since you mentioned about birthday in your post hehe) Hope you have an awesome time with your family!

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