My mouth has seen a ton of dental work--I believe "ton" is a technical dental term for the many hours I've spent in the chair over the years. Repairs for decay and chips, root canals, caps and crowns had left me a rather mismatched and unique gathering of teeth . I'm sure it made her fingers itch every time I opened my mouth.
|Dr. Julie did my two front teeth and all visible teeth on|
the right side (my left).
Seldom does a day pass when I don't consciously appreciate what I see in the mirror, what my tongue feels, and what bites into my toast or an apple. And now that I'm flossing that bridge, I don't feel the guilt of disregarding her gift to me: lovely teeth for a warm smile. With my new commitment to flossing, I was a bit taken aback by a the first few words of a post on Dr. Julie's professional Facebook Page: Did you know that you don't have to floss your teeth? Dentists recommend that you floss only the ones you want to keep!
Things I get to do today: brush and floss those pearly whites, take really good care of them and say thank you. So here it is: Thanks--to you, Julie Furber, DDS, Yucaipa, California.