Years ago I guess the standard of care was to have exposed metal, so I looked like Jaws and the guy in the James Bond movies. I had two gigantic exposed stainless steel teeth or something. So that was replaced. It might be bad for people around me that I open my mouth more, but yeah, they were right there, so as soon as I opened, right at the back here, the lower jaw, and as soon as I opened my mouth, to me it seemed like they were giant saws, big metallic saws. Yeah, I feel more confident, it’s just more pleasing. I don’t have to look at myself. But I like my girlfriend, I like people around me to not be assaulted by the look of poor quality work on my teeth.
I chipped a bunch of my teeth, so that was fixed. So over time … And the fillings now, the standard of care is to have white fillings. I used to have so many metallic fillings. So that’s been quite improved. There’s a plan for a tooth that has slowly died over the years, that has changed the color, to fix that as well. So cosmetic, but the fact is, I have a lot of repair to be done, but it’s nicer at the same time; it’s like killing two birds with one stone. The cosmetic aspect is so much better now.
It’s good even before you showed up. Again, I said, on the phone, the ladies at the reception, everyone is nice. It’s a well-oiled machine as well. Dr. Kiehl, they had all these little headsets, and it’s so seamless, and they’re just pleasant. It’s like a place you would like to work yourself.