That was not as involved as you might put on a child to move some things around, but it was an adult procedure that would take a maximum of six months, and I think I got it finished in maybe five. It was put on here in the office very quickly, painless, came back once a month for a routine check on it, and they would make an adjustment as necessary.
When it was done, things looked really good, and it moved with a minimum of pain and discomfort. Wasn’t particularly ridiculously costly, but it was worth it. I’m glad I had it done.
They mentioned it to me, and it wasn’t a surprise because it’s something that I had thought about, but never broached with them in any way. And he thought I might be a good candidate for the Six Month Smile, and took him up on it, and I’m glad I did.
Everybody’s been very … they noticed it, and they said it looked much better, and I can feel it myself. I didn’t do it for anyone else in particular. I did it for myself. It improved my appearance, and it made things easier to floss and to brush and to get into places that otherwise might cause a problem in the future.