February 05, 2014

Dentist Appointment

Abby has the best dentist and she has the prettiest offices! It looks like a fancy hotel, but is just an amazing lobby! 

 Our last dental visit was March of last year when Abby had cavities, crowns, and root canals needed and we learned that flossing toddler's teeth is important and costly! We also learned that fruit snacks are bad!

So, we were a little nervous this time. We even bought the good dental insurance this year so we could see Dr. Singletary and so that we'd be ready if another big bill came.... and it didn't! No cavities. Very little plaque and we found out her 6 year molars are coming in and front bottom center teeth are loose. Um, is this my baby we are talking about?

Abby did great and dug through the prize drawers before picking a new rubber ducky for her bath collection. We celebrated with Sonic milkshakes :)


Elliot Bagley said...

No cavities? That's a great news! This is the kind of news that everyone wishes to hear during their visits, and I'm glad that Abby got a clean bill of dental health. I hope it will continue to be that way until she grows up.

Elliot, Boyse Dentistry

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Lucia Massey said...

Wow! Hello to zero cavities! You did a great job in improving Abby’s oral health and in securing finances for possible dental expenses. That is really such good news for you guys. Anyway, I hope she is visiting the dentist regularly. Kudos! :)

Lucia Massey @ DentalNewMarket

Elfrieda Sevigny said...

I agree; your dentist’s office looks great. In my opinion, it’s good practice to have an office like this one. The ambiance helps their patients to feel comfortable, and somehow divert their anxiety about sitting on the dentist’s chair. Anyhow, this year is definitely a good one for Abby, because she doesn't have to worry about cavities. Hopefully it will continue to be that way. Cheers!

Elfrieda Sevigny @ Simmonds Dental Center


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