September 03, 2010

Extraction #2 Successful

Well, the bad tooth has been removed, and this one was a different experience altogether.  The nitrous didn't make me feel sick to my stomach this time, which was a pleasant bonus.  The tooth didn't come out quite as readily as the last one, which wasn't nice.  Turns out that it had two roots, where the first one (the mirror image tooth of today's) only had one... and one of the roots off broke when the Doc did the deed.  No fault on him, he's very good.  Heck, my dentist sends his children to him for oral surgery.  Eat where the truck drivers eat, go to the oral surgeon your dentist uses.

And hey, he's got this print hanging in the extraction room:

"In Gallant Company" by Robert Taylor
...which is nice.  I don't think he was too impressed by my fascination with the Battle of Midway last time, but how many of his patients know the difference between the F4F-3, the F4F-4, and the FM-2? 

Oh, and his assistants expressed an interest in visiting the site too... Hi, Ladies!  The other tooth extraction post with that picture you wanted to see is right here.  Thanks for visiting... and for helping make the extraction go easily!

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1 All F4F's are the same for me but I recognize a Corsair instantly (the vic in the background).

Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at September 03, 2010 03:47 PM (9KseV)

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