Tuesday, May 12, 2009


Today I go to the dentist

Not so scary, its a look see

I need dental work, some fillings

Whether the public health system decides to give it to me is a whole different story

I can't see the sense in not treating the problem while it is small, and then repairing the damage that should have been treated a year ago

Stupid really

Will they let my teeth rot away and then one day cheerfully give me free dentures?

I need a paying job one day, then I could afford a sensible dentist who does what he is told



Anonymous said...

I have to go see a lday about Calendar Club next week....spin a story that I am still interested in case the arse falls out of my world be the end of the year...shhh..dont tell the man cause he has said that he will break both my legs if I do it again ever......now daughter wants to do a Uni course at school that is supposed to cost $400 for a semester.....which orifice do I pull taht out of????maybe your orifice???????or that's right...you are stuck there.....w.w.

Jen said...

any dentist visit is scary to me... *shudder

Snowbrush said...

I'm sorry you have to wait. No, it would make no sense to let your teeth rot, and then give you dentures.

Cyndy said...

I am very, very scared. It will cost me big $$$$, even though I have private healthcare.

There is 1 positive thing about dentures: when you're in the nursing home, it's always easier if you can take your teeth out to have them cleaned rather than the nurses trying to clean them in your mouth. That is, if you will let them....


Anonymous said...

YIKES! Good luck, my friend!

Renee said...

Michelle dentists out here are a fortune.

So expensive.

How did it go.

Love Renee xoxo