Forum Replies Created
November 20, 2017 7:05 am at 7:05 am in reply to: Seeking advice of tooth removal #1406071naftaligParticipant
Goldilocks, I am a retired oral and maxillofacial surgeon. I know everyone means well, but any specific answer assumes knowledge of your specific medical and dental status, which nobody here could know. So here’s what I think. You have a lot of very good questions to ask. Your best bet is to arrange to have a consult with the oral surgeon before you have the procedure done. That way he can answer all your questions before the surgery. That will make you a lot more vomfortable. But don’t forget that even with all questions answered, it is still totally normal to be apprehensive. Also, write all your questions down so as not to forget anything. One last thing – if the surgeon refuses the request for such a pre-op consult, then he’s not the right surgeon for you. They applies as well if you feel he is annoyed by the questions, or rushes you through them. You deserve the respect of a surgeon making the effort pre-op to ease your fears and prepare you better for the surgery.October 3, 2017 6:29 am at 6:29 am in reply to: ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! Why Are Guys Stuck With The Dating Bills? #1377672naftaligParticipant
I find it quite funny that you state that “being a man” includes deciding where to go and what to do on a date – yet you want the girl to pay for half the date? That’s being a man? I think you’re more of a man if you pay for a date, yet give the girl the respect of being part of the decision of what to do and where to go on the date…..