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Ouch!! The Dentist

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It’s bad enough to have a crown fall out of your mouth when you’re in a new country. Finding out your dentist speaks no English is worse.

Unless, of course, your dentist is Dr. Espeso. IMG_1615-001

So who’s complaining? This lovely man speaks Spanish and French, which means we could almost carry on a conversation. My Spanish is just a little better than my French.

With sign language and a few broken sentences in English, French and Spanish,  the doctor managed to understand my problem. It helped that I was carrying a tooth  and that I had a hole in my mouth where the tooth fit.

Looking at the tooth and motioning, I think he said something like “I’m not sure this is going to last.”

At that point, I had no options. A visit to a dentist to get a crown glued in is one thing.  Having serious dental work done isn’t a choice. Can you imagine trying to figure out a dental procedure with my French? AAACCCCHHH

You’re curious to see the inside of a dental office in Uzes, right?

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Coming from the street into the old building, I was a bit concerned.

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The door to the dentist’s office is on the “premier etage.” (The lower level is the street floor.)

 

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The room where the dental chair and equipment were set up was all so familiar. Relief!

 

 

Dentist office in France

 

 

 

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Familiar or not,  a visit to the dentist is never fun.

 

 

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IMG_1616Thanks all, for making it a day to remember!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 replies »

    • I don’t have dental insurance in the US or in France. Fortunately I don’t have enough problems that it makes it worthwhile. So I just paid cash for the work here. It was about equivalent to $60 US.

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