“Grandpa slipped away, Quietly today. He simply went to sleep, No more to wake or weep. But Grandpa’s not truly gone, Because his memory lives on, In all of us who loved him, Never to be forgotten” Please read and share the post that is under this link.
I have been on a holiday for couple of days in a place that is beautiful beyond words. Traveling with kids means no time to do any writing. Plus I try to practice my another hobby – photography. So bear with me. I’ll be back!
Today I went to see a man who for my children is very dear despite his dependency to alcohol. They never defined him as an addict and never thought anything but the best of him. This man is their grandfather who fell gravely ill several months ago with acute pancreatitis caused by lifelong abuse of […]
There are four types of tooth wear that we diagnose from patients’ mouths. Erosion, abrasion (I’m sorry for a missing link – I did not agree with any of the images of abrasion), abfraction and attrition. The easiest ones from these to diagnose are the erosion and attrition. You can’t go wrong with them. But […]
Like actual politicians do, I will revert a statement I made in my previous post about politics. I will write about politics once more (and probably will be again). Today I am going to write about the Brexit. Thank You Londoners My London is multicultural, tolerant and welcoming. When I laid my feet on its ground for the […]
Today I saw a patient who had had an implant done to replace upper right first molar. The implant treatment was finished a year ago in another practice. Since then the patient had seen hygienist twice in my practice. The implant crown itself looked immaculate but the gum was very red and puffy and it […]
Once upon time there was a young nurse Jane. She was hard working and liked by the dentists. One day Jane moved to another town and applied for two dental nurse’s posts. She was offered a job from both of them but she chose a dental practice of four dentists. She was allocated to work […]