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Anonymous said...

My 6 month milestone is looming : I'll post a full physical/sensation/swelling etc rundown once the day itself arrives for any detail-hungry fiends out there, but for the moment i'll
content myself with saying that i'm 99% happy with how things are going. The remaining 1% relates not to any surgery matters but to my ortho, as it seems i'm not
NOT getting my braces off next month after all!
In the last few appointment he's fussed over details, moved various brackets, and generally moaned about the position of one tooth after another. This has resulted in gaps opening all over the place, and at one point I had to endure 3 weeks of a huge gaping hole between my front teeth looks good on Lara Stone but not on me!. Now he's announced
that November removal might not be possible after all, and his assistant said she'd book me appointments through January "just in case". To top it all he was poking around during my last appoint and, apropos of nothing, came out with "you should really have your wisdom teeth out". Now i'm no dentist but i'm pretty sure that if they REALLY needed to come out he should have said something about 6 months ago when I had that little procedure thingy? Havn't
I had enough dental torture or something? After he'd left I moaned to his assistant about all this and the time it was taking to complete treatment, and all she had to say was "Well, Dr H is quite a perfectionist". He may be but I clearly am not. My teeth look absolutely perfect now, even if one or two at the back are a fraction of a milimetre away from the holy grail of perfect tooth alignment then I really couldn't give
a monkeys. It's been two years, i've had enough - I want out!
So, my next appt is at the end of the month and I plan to spell it out loud and clear!
First, i'll be saying a big fat no to wisdom teeth removal. If these pose a problem in the future maybe, but I want to go back to life outside of dental work for a while. Second, I want my brace off by Christmas, no ifs no buts. Any backchat and i'll threaten to
stop flossing his handywork in protest - playing dirty quite
literally! Hmmm thanks for that technical summary! Dr H.

has now lashed a chain accross my uppers and
told me the gaps would be gone in a jiffy, though it's been several weeks now and they're only moving
very slowly which is all the more suprising as the gaps appeared virtually
overnight!. My next appointment is on Thursday when i'm due to get my finishing wires on, and will find out if i'm still on track
for a November debracing. Hope the unexpected gaps won't cause this date to be revised.. The jaw-clicking I mentioned in my previous post has turned out to be a non-issue. I got in touch with my surgeon who assured me that recovering jaws often go through clicky periods, and not to worry. Since then i've only had the odd clicking moments but other than that, all
seems fine! Upper palette sensation continues to return, albeit in a mashed up type of way, and
I can still see a small amount of swelling either
side of my nose in the mornings and after hot showers.

So all in all the long winding road that is jaw surgery is seems to be nearing
its end, hope all of you out there still with some way to go are doing well, it
WILL be worth it in the end!

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