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During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of menís faces around the world. With their ďMoísĒ, these men raise vital funds and awareness for menís health, specifically prostate cancer and other cancers that affect men.
On Movember 1st, guys register at Movember.com with a clean-shaven face. For the rest of the month, these selfless and generous men, known as Mo Bros, groom, trim and wax their way into the annals of fine moustachery.
Our generation is stuck in dental purgatory in some ways. Oh, we have access to lots of great advanced dental techniques that make the job painless or go faster. But we also remember from childhood just how traumatic it could be (see previous blog for more on that...)
I think our teeth are in a kind of purgatory at our age as well. Many of our parents have dentures, while our kids don't know the concept of having a tooth pulled. And many of us got a few missing here and there,
If you have a teenager, I feel for you. Really I do. Dealing with them in our office on a 30 minute basis can be tough enough, but I can't imagine what it's like to live with them. Oh, eventually my sweet little angel will turn double digits, and become as predictable as a raccoon on speed. And I'm sure like the rest of the world I'll learn to cope. But until then I'll work on lowering my tolerance to alcohol to prepare.
Recently I had a 14 year old come in to my office with
Without a doubt, there has been amazing advances in the field of medicine in the 40 years I have been around. We have seen some great improvements in the access and delivery of care, and overall most of us are living longer to prove it. *Dentistry has also benefited from these advances, although not at the levels we see in other health fields.
That being said, one thing has not changed much for our generation- the fear and anxiety of sitting in the dental chair. *Yeah, dentists are
This holiday season, our Griswold-style Christmas day celebration was marred by two things. The first was my sister-in-law flipping her car on Christmas morning while on her way to pick up her grandfather (thankfully she was ok). The second was the noticeable absence of her 88 year old grandfather at our house. For those who haven't met Arthur, you are truly missing out on an experience. Close your eyes and imagine Abraham Simpson. Tuft of white hair, glasses, wrinkles- that's grampy to a T.