It was so comfortable and everyone was so kind. I could never forget it. I’m glad I came in.
Interviewer: Okay, Jean. So, I wanted to ask you a question.
Interviewer: When you first came in you had a partial on the bottom, correct?
Interviewer: How was that partial?
Jean: It was very uncomfortable, very yellow, very loose, and made difficult problems for eating.
Interviewer: Yeah, yeah, I was about to say – and you were saying, as well as when you were talking – it was starting to…
Jean: Yes. It was very difficult for enunciation and diction, too.
Interviewer: Oh, okay. Well, I know Dr. Bob saw you, and he actually recommended putting in a couple of implants.
Interviewer: And then having a denture that you could pop in and out. Were you worried at all when he mentioned an implant?
Jean: No, I wasn’t concerned because I’ve had a lot of friends that had implants, too. But the end result has been perfect.
Interviewer: Oh, good. Well, I was going to ask you, how is everything feeling now that you have your dentures?
Jean: Everything feels…I feel like I can chew, I can bite down on things, and I can smile.
Interviewer: Good. Was the whole process, was it comfortable?
Jean: It was. I hate dentists, and it was so comfortable and everyone was so kind; I could never forget it.
Interviewer: Oh, good, I’m glad. So you’re glad you came in?
Jean: I’m glad I came in.
Interviewer: All right. Thanks Jean.