Brr, it is plenty cold this morning. But the weatherman just said it will get up to 40 degrees today. That is going to be so nice. I am ready for some warmth. I try to go outside a bit each day. I like for my face to be cold, but I let the sun shine on me and I can feel it's warmth. I like the fresh air.
Dental appointment later today...not so excited about that. I am asking my dentist to examine two areas in my mouth. I know it's more than just sensitivity. I use the sensitivity toothpaste. It just seems since I got this implant that things are not right. I will be seeing the dentist who put that implant in , next week . Always something, isn't it?
It is going to be great to see this snow melting. Hope all of you have a wonderful day. xo
I can't wait to see 40 degrees, I think we'll be in the 20's. I hope the snow melts so we can sit on the ground to watch the July 4th fireworks (I'm only 1/2 kidding). Right now I am happy to see the sun!!!ReplyDelete
We are at MINUS 15 here this morning but supposed to get all the way up to almost 25 above zero today. That is going to feel like Spring around here.ReplyDelete
Good luck at the dentist today, Susie. I hope it is an easy fix whatever it is. xo Diana
This is a pretty photo. I'm happy you will have a warm up today. I sympathize with teeth sensitivity. Hope you can get some answers from the dentist. Take care.ReplyDelete
I like this photo also. Even though it looks cold. The sun is out.xoxSusieDelete
I hope your appointment goes well! Take care my friend! Sweet hugs!ReplyDelete
thanks for good wishes.xox,SusieDelete
I sincerely hope you don't have major problems with your implants.ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by for a visit.
Hmmm. Going to the dentist is not a fun thing. I too am hoping there aren't serious problems with your implant. Blessings.ReplyDelete
I fear I am losing faith in my dentist and that just hurts.xo,SusieDelete
Good luck at the dentist....ReplyDelete
Thank you, xoxo,SusieDelete
oh gosh honey i sure hope nothing is wrong with the implants. i can't even imagine that.ReplyDelete
big hugs, bee
I need to go to the dentist who put the implant in, I only have one....I also will have to go to another dentist who does root canals. Where are the dentist that do it all??? xoxo,SusieDelete
Hoping for good reports from the dentist, Susie. It is really nice to have some warmer temperatures for melting that snow! xo NellieReplyDelete
Oh, I hope you have good news from the dentist today. Have you heard of coconut oil pulling? Look it up online. You might try this is the dentist doesn't have an answer for you.ReplyDelete
I am looking this up..never heard of it. I think my dentist wants me to get a root canal...but the x-ray doesn't show anything....I am about ready to root canal all my teeth.LOL, xoxo,SusieDelete
I've been to the dentist this week!ReplyDelete
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.
40 degrees sounds so nice...we are buried under snow here! Hope the dentist gets you fixed up soon!ReplyDelete
We had our warm day yesterday (Saturday). It hit 56.Today high 30's low 40's. The dentist is in my near future as well. I hate to go but I've grown quite fond of chewing.ReplyDelete
Well, at least you're on your way to dealing with that problem. Others tend to look past their dental condition, if not skip it entirely. It's highly laudable that you made a habit of going to your dentist ASAP for dental concerns. You really can't just put aside matters that deal with your health, because one part of our body can impact another. It's tiring, but it's how it goes. Hope you get the results that you need.ReplyDelete
Spring Branch Dental
Visiting a dentist on a very cold morning is probably the last thing you wanna do. But no matter how dreadful going out may seem, it’s better to have these things patched up and crossed out of your list as soon as possible, than to procrastinate and wait for it to get worse. I hope whatever dental issue you had then was nothing serious. Take care!ReplyDelete
Calandra Novak @ Mullaloo Dental Centre
During dental implantation procedures, the pulps and ligaments that make teeth sensitive to heat and cold are removed. With that being said, the pain you felt must have been coming down from somewhere else, since implanted tooth shouldn’t have any sensitivity. I hope it’s not infection, or something like it. I guess it’s best to have your dentist look into it immediately before it gets any worse. Take care!ReplyDelete
Stuart Fleming @ Dr. Hatfield