- Feb 9, 2017
I know! We seem to have done everything in sync with each other-even having our procedures cancelled and rescheduled etc haha! It's great to be able to support each other, it truly helps me . I too am really trying not to go down the 'what If' road too far, it's pointless and makes me feel tormented. I understand so much what you mean when you say that you will feel as though a great weight will be lifted off you when this is all done. I feel like this treatment plan has occupied my thoughts for the last 6 months, just want to have nothing to do with the dentists for a long time after this (apart from cleanings and check ups every 6 months) and hopefully i won't have to. Well, take care of you, keep busy and think to the happy days ahead when you're all done with this and enjoying life fully with a beautiful new smile ?Thank you for the lovely message my friend. Your appointment is coming up as well, so we can be a good strong support for each other! I’m spinning a little this morning and reading about dental implants and the many many many people who have had them done, swear by them, and insist it’s only minor discomfort afterward that isn’t impossible to handle. I’m taking some deep breaths and trying not to what if myself into a frenzy...not getting too far ahead of myself either wondering if he will be able to place all the implants this time or if I will need to go through ANOTHER one of these. I guess the best thing is to prepare myself that this isn’t the last one so I can be over the top elated when the whole thing goes better than I thought.
Mostly right now I’m looking forward to that feeling of 500 pounds being lifted off my shoulders when I’m done and walk out of that office after I’m done next week.