"I Can Eat Anything That I Want Thanks To Dental Implants "
So I heard Glen hasn’t had a corn on the cob for a really long time. And so we have corn on the cob ready for him.
Hey Glen, here ya go.
Still nice and warm.
My name is Karen and I’m Glen’s wife of almost 57 years, will be 57 in August and it’s been quite a journey. It makes me feel good. I like to see him enjoying things and enjoying life. He was always kind of self-conscious, you know, about smiling around people but he looks like a different man.
My name is Glen. I just had an All-on-X with Dr. Lee. I had to get it done. I was having a lot of issues. I could not chew right, I had to eat a lot of soft foods and I was just losing everything. I have felt like my face was caving in and it was kind of a painful journey for me.
He was always afraid to smile and I could never see his teeth when he smiled, but now it’s a joy. It’s quite different and I’m still adjusting, but to see his teeth when he smiles, it was well worth the journey that we were on.
It didn’t seem like there was any time involved because I was out, I woke up. I had the teeth in my mouth and it may change my whole attitude because I know that my teeth are really nice and I can do things that I couldn’t before.
As soon as he got his permanent ones, we went to stop by Popeye’s Chicken, he had to have some fried chicken that he could not pull off the bone and eat. And the only thing that we haven’t done in a long, long time is corn on the cob.
The journey is a process that can’t be duplicated really. It has been well worth it. A hundred percent because I feel like a different person now that it’s over.
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