Thursday, August 25, 2011

Jacked up ~

Well sweet friends, that's my current state of affairs.
So. very. jacked up.
And just what does that mean?
"In generally poor or injured condition."
Can I just say that now I know why folks are so freaked out by dentists??!!
I now have my "temporary" bridge and to be honest,
it feels like a hunk of concrete they glued
to the front of my mouth!

I can only hope and pray that when my permanent porcelain bridge
arrives in a few weeks.....
that it looks and feels much, MUCH better than this.

I do hope your week is going much better!!!
Sending you much love and many hugs,


Doni said...

Oh you poor girl!! I think we will all be able to "feel your pain" during this time. But rest assured that when you get your new bridge, it will soon feel like you are normal again. I'll be praying for you!!

Dorthe said...

Oh poor sweet Dawn,- how terribly-
I dearly hope the real thing will be much more comfortable to wear--I`M SURE OF THAT!
Hope your mouth will get "used" to this thing in some dayes- I send you love and a warm hug, my dear friend.
xx Dorthe

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

I thought maybe you started going to the gym by that title, Dawn! : ) A couple of years ago I had to have a tooth removed, right on the side of my mouth and just where you see the space when I would smile. I had to get one of those porcelain implant things. Never had one before and that is the most major dental work I've ever had {besides having wisdom teeth removed}. Not something I would want to go through again, so I feel what you're going through.

Vee said...

Oh I'm sure that it will, Dawn. And this is getting you ready for it. (Those new plugs are so cousin made the investment...a very pricey one...and her teeth look marvelous. I ponder it and then say that the expense can't be justified on this old head.)

mary beth said...

saying a little prayer for you today..hope things feel better today. Just nestle down under His wings and rest til this blows over!

Lori @ Katies Rose Cottage Designs said...

Ohhhh sweet Dawn ~ I am sorry you are miserable ~ I just hate teeth issues! I have a crown in the very front and it is such a pain to go through the process of getting a new one!
Hugs & Prayers,

trash talk said...

Girl...bless your heart...and I mean that sincerly and not in the southern way.

Simply Shelley said...

Hope things get better for you Dawn...I need some dental work but,at this time have no insurance or the means....maybe one day :) Hoping after all is said and done you will be comfortable and very pleased with your outcome...praying God give you peace and comfort until then. I love the picture of your little doll...she is so sweet. Blessings

Hopemore Studio said...

Goodness gracious, I feel for you Dawn! Isn't it amazing how we dread the dentist. I envy those who faithfully go to the is much harder to go after it's been a long time, to embarrassing I guess. I will have you in my thoughts, wishing you comfort.

Cindy said...

Oh honey, I know. I don't have that "dentist fear" that most have, but I do hate to have any thing of that sort happening in my mouth. When I first got my crown, it just drove me crazy (not to mention that it lightened my wallet, greatly). So, I hear ya. Sending a prayer and many hugs your way. Wish you were closer, I'd bring you Jello! :)

hugs! said...

Ohhh you poor dear. I feel your pain. I used to be so bad that the Dentist would have to numb my mouth and use gas just to clean my teeth. I've grown up a bit, but just a bit as that was not very long ago;)lol
~Debra xxx
Capers of the vintage vixens

Vicki said...

Oh, Dawn. I hate the dentist. I hope you can get past the temporary bridge and that the real one is much, much better.

Anonymous said...

I have a disorder that causes me to be in pain a LOT, and I've had to learn to just really be patient. Just breathe and be patient, and before you know it, this will all be a distant memory.
Hang in there! You got this!

Sonya Badgley said...

I'm so sorry about the trouble you're having with your temporary bridge. Thank goodness it is temporary! I'm sure the "permanent" one will be great! Hang in there, sweet girl!
I am lucky, I have a wonderful dentist! The same one I've had since I was a child. I told him that he can't retire until I'm gone! :)
Praying for you,

Diane@cottage-wishes said...

I am so sorry your mouth is jacked up, that is miserable. I had so much work with braces and tmj that I can't think of how you hurt. Hope you feel better. Many hugs to you. Diane

Deb Plapp said...

Hope your permanent bridge works out for you, and you feel better. "If it's not one thing, it's your mother."

Jill Marcott-McCall ~Feathers & Flight~ said...

Oh Miss Dawn.. I am thinking about you. Don't Worry! Your New Bridge will be much, much Smoother, Like you own Teeth. I Know the Temporaries are not Fun. Only Just a Little More time and it it behind you!Thank Goodness Right!!!

Rustique Gal said...

Ouch! I remember temporary teeth! they are horrible. But the new ones will be much better. I'm sure you will feel better soon!


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