But…I was so nervous at the dentist’s in the waiting room! I quickly told the ladies waiting there not to be alarmed if I coughed. It’s such a scary cough, people think you are choking. Then a lady my age coughed and it was a deep, yep I smoke cough-awful.
I was there for 2.5 hours and waited a lot. They made the impression and I had to sit for 4 minutes with my mouth getting tighter and tighter as the gunk firmed up! I had to close my eyes a bit as some of it was on my tongue and felt strange.
The dentist drilled and drilled. My poor gums are sore, but also where I got the needle. At least it’s over and I didn’t cough! I almost did a few times when I got home, but I calmed it down. It’s like someone has dental floss (good comparsion) down this one spot in my throat and keeps pulling it up and down. I hope it’s not a polyp in that one spot, but I’m thinking scar tissue. I hope so.
Off soon to pick the One World-One Heart winner! I was hoping to have email from someone overseas as it’s the 17th already-nothing yet. ; ) It was fun and I looked at all the blogs. Thanks for sharing your creativity world!
Rather you than me at the dentist! lol I’m glad you were able to get it done, though, and didn’t cough while that stuff was in your mouth. I once had impressions done for a night mouth guard and the first time I panicked because it felt like the guck was going down my throat…had the “pleasure” of having to go through it again! I still say God should have made us with false teeth in the first place! lol xoxo
Glad to hear the dentist ordeal is over. I HATE that gunk in my mouth!
I just got back from the dentist’s office myself — just a cleaning, so it was not bad at all.