Mona Lisa- Not

7 Feb

If you read my last post, then you know that I had plans to get a dental flipper to fill in the hole where one of my teeth used to be. I got it last week, and have been wearing it faithfully since then. As I suspected, I hate it. So, here’s my ode to the dental flipper.

How my dentist sees my dental flipper: a work of art. (Yes, I took a few liberties in my photo-editing program to give her some big white teeth.)

Mona Lisa with buck teeth

How my dentist’s accountant sees my dental flipper.

Money

What others think is in my mouth.

Marbles

What children think is in my mouth.

Hard Candy

What I feel like is in my mouth. I call this a dental flapper.

Dental Flapper

What is actually in my mouth.

Dental Flipper

The photo doesn’t do it justice. Professorgrrl says this photo looks like a piece of raw chicken sitting on a toilet. The “toilet” is actually a carrying case, Professorgrrl. I guess if you think it looks like raw chicken, then Tucker the Beagle would likely think the same thing. Note to self: keep it out of his reach.

©S.G. Hunter and Banjogrrldiaries, 2014-2019

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6 Responses to “Mona Lisa- Not”

  1. Fonroe February 7, 2014 at 7:19 pm #

    So Sad!!! Try a whole mouth full of Plastic— Or better yet- avoid it. Took me a month to learn to taste food again. The full flapper is SOOOO Bad!!

  2. Sally Cihos February 10, 2014 at 12:55 am #

    New follower with XLH–love your humor and sensitivity. Thank you! Sally in CA

    • banjogrrldiaries February 10, 2014 at 7:48 am #

      Hi Sally! Thanks for reading and following banjoggrldiaries!

  3. Faith February 12, 2014 at 12:56 pm #

    I am a new follower also – came over from the XLH newsletter. Thanks for writing this blog; hopefully we can get to know you and what you are going thru and we can share our experiences. I am 54 and also have XLH and you are so right – once I got to 50 it seems to have gone down hill from there.

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