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Monsieur Sedaris with the four lower implants. Once, I watched a group of mountain people decorate a yak. Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email. When Mr. Copyright by David Sedaris.
When Mr. Sedaris, then a child, offered to stay home with her to help her avoid accidents, his mother replied: The same piece then moves on to the Osmond Brothers, because the senior Mr. Sedaris, who had no soft spot for little David, had a Donny Osmond fixation. Sedaris recalls his father as saying. When it comes to travel, Mr. He also talks about living overseas during the presidential election and being constantly grilled about American politics.
As a writer and celebrity, he seems to have drawn more than his share of press attention. His thoughts on picking up roadside rubbish are as dull as the subject suggests.
Sedaris does finish his with a flash of malevolent wit. His test results are fine.
But he imagines scaring his father by claiming to have cancer, and treats this as a happy thought. Among Mr.
Guig, who, gumwise, has really brought me back from the abyss. Then, last year, he removed four of my lower incisors, drilled down into my jawbone, and cemented in place two posts.
I asked my boyfriend, Hugh, when I got home, "Where did he think I was going to go with four missing teeth? I see Dr. Guig for surgery and consultations, but the regular, twice-a-year deep cleanings are performed by his associate, a woman named Dr.
What she does in my mouth is unspeakable, and because it causes me to sweat, I've taken to bringing a second set of clothes and changing in the bathroom before I leave for home. A year ago, I arrived and announced that, since my previous visit, I'd been flossing every night. I thought this might elicit some praise — "How dedicated you are, how disciplined!
It was the same when I complained about all the gaps between my teeth. An American dentist would have referred me to an orthodontist, but, to Dr. Barras, I was just being hysterical. Barras has a sick mother and a long-haired cat named Andy. As I lie there sweating with my trap wide open, she runs her electric hook under my gum line, and catches me up on her life since my last visit.
I always leave with a mouthful of blood, yet I always look forward to my next appointment. She and Dr. Something similar is happening with my dentist, Dr. He didn't fabricate my implants — that was the work of a prosthodontist — but he took the molds and made certain that the teeth fit. This was done during five visits in the winter of Once a week, I'd show up at the office and climb into his reclining chair. Then I'd sink back with my mouth open.
Like a doorbell. Implants come in two stages. The first teeth that get screwed in, the temporaries, are blocky, and the color is off. The second ones are more refined and are somehow dyed or painted to match their neighbors.
My four false incisors are connected to form a single unit and were secured into place with an actual screwdriver. Put them in, take them out. Over and over. All the pain was behind me by this point, so I just lay there, trying to be a good patient.
Granat keeps a small muted television mounted near the ceiling, and each time I come it is tuned to the French travel channel — Voyage, it's called. Once, I watched a group of mountain people decorate a yak. They didn't string lights on it, but everything else seemed fair game: Another week we were somewhere in Africa, where a family of five dug into the ground and unearthed what looked to be a burrow full of mice.
Granat's assistant came into the room to ask a question, and when I looked back at the screen the mice had been skinned and placed, kebab-like, on sharp sticks. Then came another distraction, and when I looked up again the family in Africa were grilling the mice over a campfire, and eating them with their fingers.
A regular viewer of the travel channel, Dr. He's seen it all and is quite the traveler himself.
As is Dr. Barras hasn't gone anywhere exciting lately, but what with her mother, how can she? With all these dental professionals in my life, you'd think I'd look less like a jack-o'-lantern. I'm happy in their waiting rooms, the coffee tables heaped with Gala and Madame Figaro.
I like their mumbled French, spoken from behind Tyvek masks. None of them ever call me David, no matter how often I invite them to.
Monsieur Sedaris with the four lower implants. Monsieur Sedaris with the good-time teeth, sweating so fiercely he leaves the office two kilos lighter.
That's me, pointing to the bathroom and asking the receptionist if I may use the sandbox, me traipsing down the stairs in a fresh set of clothes, my smile bittersweet and drearied with blood, counting the days until I can come back and return myself to this curious, socialized care.
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