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Oct 17, Tips 0 comments. My job? And although it may gross people out. Being a Registered Dental Hygienist is my calling. From age 13 actually. I knew this is what I wanted to do. So much so, that all my friends in high school knew they could ask me for floss, since I always had that and my toothbrush on me.
Seriously lame, I know. Him and his entire staff, they were all sooo nice, and made each dental visit fun and easy as a child. It was helpful that I already had a love for art and working with small tool sets to create art. As a kid I played with femo, a clay material I made small figurines with, and loved painting flowers on my toe nails. This all aided to training a steady hand for art work. But who eats jam by itself? No one, duh. Just like jam needs the peanut butter to complete a tasty sandwich.
From my perspective, dental hygiene needed something to compliment it as well. Your mouth is the way you put nourishment in your body, right? But what is your mouth telling you about the nourishment status of your body? What is it beginning to tell you about your hormonal status? It is my love for nutrition that has encouraged me to dig deep into health research.
And for that exact reason I have started this blog. There is so much info out there nowadays. I am not trying to re-invent the wheel. Just trying to approach it from a different view. I will do MUCH more than teach about flossing.
As for being healthy, we can all certainly try to exercise and eat our best. Dental Hygienist? What does that have to do with deeper health besides cavities? A LOT more than you could E. R imagine actually! Or now a days, texts? Oh, well…you should try it some time, it feels naughty. A sneaky kind of naughty, get your head out of the gutter. From this perspective, I look at the person through a different lens then conventional medicine, and help the patient see possible deeper rooted issues.
Enzymes break down our food as we chew. This enzymatic reaction is the catalyst start for digestion. And actually the more you chew your food, the easier it will be on your digestive tract. The easier that digestion is for you, the more energy you have for your life. And having energy is what we all want, right? Well, for me at least. More energy. I have an infant and a toddler so every-glorious-drop of energy counts dangit!
You see where I am going with this — realize whatever you put into your mouth, enters your body. Therefore it affects your body. Preach it sister!!!
So here on this blog, I want to share a different aspect of health. From an uncharted angel. Your health in perspective of your mouth. Stay tuned as I illustrate the mouth body connection, making it tangible to understand and help you learn how to help yourself.
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Now, every time I go near an exam chair in a medical environment, where I know someone such as Dr. Bam is going to give me just one Novocain shot, I kind of freak out. This visit was no different — there I sat in the inverted exam chair, nearly doing a headstand, with Rick Sanchez of CNN yakking away about the snipers who picked off the pirates in the daring rescue of the Captain Phillips. All the while Dr. Bam and Michael both had all four hands in my tiny little mouth with at least two or three instruments and a handful of cotton gauze pads.
At one point I thought I saw the doc pull an ice pick and a meat pounder out of a secret drawer to supplement his efforts. The boys started up a conversation about. For a brief moment I was taken back to the time Toothy told me about dental suicide.
I tried to squirm in the chair, but I was paralyzed with fear — or had my whole body gone numb? So the amount Dr. Bam had to pump into my jaw made the entire right side of my head numb from my eyebrow, back to my ear, and all the way down my collarbone.
The only problem this presented now with four hands, three instruments and enough cotton jammed in my mouth to weave a Hanes Beefy T-shirt, was that I felt like I was drowning in my own saliva. I thought I was going to die and apparently my throat agreed. So I laid there and tried to pretend like everything was cool. All of a sudden I remembered Aunt Sandi — my crazy aunt who wore red every single day of her life. Well one day Aunt Sandi got a little too much red when she went to the dentist who accidentally drilled her tongue — no lie!
The boys finished up my repair using everything they could get their hands on. I tried to tell Dr. Bam politely nodded and walked away. When they were just about finished, Dr. The thought quickly dissipated though, when he and Michael simultaneously pulled their masks down revealing not one, but two pearly white, overly-charming smiles.
As I checked-out with the receptionist she told me she would send me a text message with my next appointment reminder, and asked if I wanted to follow them on Twitter. Are you serious with this?
They had the ceiling-mounted plasma TVs, Michael the assistant for female patients , and text message appointment reminders — maybe Dr. Bam had unlocked the secret to lowering the suicide rate in the dental world? My return visit is scheduled for two weeks from now.
Bam and Michael, and catch up on a little TV time — now how bad could that be? Tagged as bad doctor , bad medicine , cavity , dental appointment , dntal hygienist , drilling , filling , funny story , great dentist , humor , life , Novocain , sexy dentist , shelli netko , shelli netko blog , suicide , tonsillectomy , tragic dental appointment , tragic dentit story , UFC cage fight.
Michael and I expected a good beating after your appointment, thank you for sparing us of many well deserved bruises, nail scratches and biting. Dr Bam. Your wife is very smart; 4. Thought about the alias Dr. VanDelicious but there were too many letters to continually re-type; 5. My tooth still hurts — for reals. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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She speaks to me condescendingly and sharply as if I'm a naughty child I'm 46 years old if she thinks I'm not flossing properly. I can't stand going, and since I see her much more frequently for check-ups and cleanings than I see my dentist, I'm thinking of switching where I go for my dental care altogether.
This is the second time in my life where I've liked the dentist but couldn't stand the bossy hygienist. Is it a profession that attracts intensely bossy types? Have other people had this problem? Should I inform the dentist at the place I'm leaving? I had the same problem, OP. How I solved it was I found out which day the hygienist was off in my case Thursday and always make my appointment for that day.
The dentist does my cleanings, etc. I'm a hygienist and am sorry to hear this. Unfortunately we get the job of not only noticing when someone doesn't have proper home care, but being the one to remind them of it.
Of course our goal is to educate and have every patient come in with a clean mouth, brushing 2 x a day, flossing once, flossing and using mouthwash daily, eating healthy fresh foods, minimizing their sugar, pop, high carbohydrate diet, taking the right medication, and getting the proper exercise, so We wouldn't have to address any of these issues. I'm not trying be rude or bossy, but most hygienists get into the filed because they care about each patient and their individual needs.
But we truly get frustrated when our suggestions based on our education and research are not taken seriously. Let me remind you, If your hair bled every time you brushed it, would you seek a physicians advice to stop it from happening again?
I hope this helps. When you remind me or speak to me in this manner, "I feel. Most hygienists happen into the career because they've flamed out of all other available choices.
You can tell that R3 is not very well educated, for example. No one seeks a hygienist's advice, dummy. The truth of the matter is that if you're having your teeth professionally cleaned twice a year, it is more than sufficient unless you have serious periodontal disease.
The hygienist just wants you to make her job easier. The one and only time I had a bossy hygienist who was whispering to the doctor about the one tooth that had plaque buildup on it, I told them both that if they wanted me to come back ever again I have been with the same dentist for over a decade , there was going to need to be a change in personnel.
She was gone by the time of my next appointment. I liked my hygienist but she was too yakky. I did like her and enjoyed our conversations as much as is possible to enjoy a conversation when you're a captive audience with your mouth full of dental instruments , but she was always running late and I'm sure it was because she was so chatty. I now go to a periodontist in the same practice. He does an old-school cleaning, no muss, no fuss. My dentist does my cleaning. No hygienist.
I loved my dental hygienist. She retired this year, unfortunately. The new one just isn't as interesting, but I'm giving her time: it isn't her fault she's not Kathy.
I have a new one and she practically waterboarded me on my last visit--me almost upside down, her shooting water in my face.
Yes, it is true that if you don't do what they want you to do at home it makes their job harder. They probably hate having to chisel all that gunk off your teeth. Can't think of many worse jobs. There is a really irritating toothpaste commercial where the girl is fretting about impressing her dental hygienist. I hate it because this isn't done in an ironic way, the bitch really wants to impress her.
The only thing I can guess is that the toothpaste companies are sucking up to the hygienists and empowering them so that they can use various methods to have them suggest their products to the patients. I get OP's point. Patients go to the dentist bc we want our teeth cared for, not because we want to be scolded. Surely, there's a kind way to educate patients on what they should be doing. I see nothing wrong with telling your dentist that you won't come back because of the bossy hygienist.
Anyway, the last time I went to the dentist, the hygienist was controlling and a bit cruel. And the water thing made really loud, really high pitched noises that made me want to punch her in the face and run out of the room, but I'm too wimpy and polite for that so I tried to request that she just use the scraper first, or use it instead of the high tech water thing altogether, but she acted like I was a petulant child and just demanded that I hold perfectly still.
I began involuntarily flinching: teeny tiny flinches and little wincing sounds whenever she angled the water thing in such a way that it sent a hypersonic screech resonating through my skull, and this only pissed her off more. I am conflict-avoidant and didn't have the guts to complain to anyone in the office, but I canceled my follow-up and will never go there again.
As it turns out, I've since moved to a different state anyway. I am still really gun shy about going to a dental practitioner now because of that one deeply uncomfortable incident.
Prior that her, I've had no problems with any of the other dental hygienists I've ever seen. Some of these people need to watch their mouths. One time I asked a librarian where the section of cooking related books were, and she pointed to where they were, then felt the need to specify where exactly the section for diabetes cookbooks were.
Even worse yet, she was a fat old troll looking thing herself! I would just swtich to a different dentist, at least to try some others out. If your current one inquires why, be honest and explain it was the hygenist who was being unprofessional. R15, those water picks are noisy, but I much prefer them over the old fashioned scraping hook tool they used to use.
That constant scraping made my skin crawl. At least the water picks kind of hydrate your mouth in the process. You should also look for a dentist with the latest equipment.
I switched to a newer one that has laser drills instead of the old fashioned ones, for cavities. The laser just pulses to drill into your teeth - you barely feel a thing, and it's much more pleasant. A dental hygienist has a two-year Applied Science degree from a community college or training school. That being said; the return on investment for their tuition is quite high. A k tuition results in a 45k and often higher job.
I've had many more bad experiences with bitchy, no-people-skill hygienists AND dentists than good ones. Considering the field they're in, and that people either don't like or even dread going to see them, you'd think it would be primary for them to be extra accommodating.
You'd think. Besides that, dentists are extremely rich fuckers who love to make money off you and often you just have to take their word for the reason for the thousands they want to get from you.
The dentist should be told that you're not comfortable with his hygienist. But instead of making it a list of complaints--she's bossy, she talks down to you--make it a list of requests. Could the dentist see to it that she's not so demanding? Could he talk to her about her tone? Stuff like that. Tell the dentist that you'd hate to have to leave because you're "uncomfortable" with his assistant.
Give the two of them the chance to make their corrections. I never even notice if I have the same hygienist. I just go in, sit down and say, "uh huh" a few times. My went to a new dentist refused to clean all teeth in one visit. He wanted it in four sessions, two for the top and two for the bottom row which figured was a way for him get four payments from the insurance company. I didn't agree. Didn't go back after first visit.
A friend went to a dentist who enjoyed rubbing his dick against my friends' elbow and adjusted the chair for the best position and acted like nothing was going on. Not a word was spoken. Listen, OP -- my sister has been a dental assistant for over 30 years, and she knows everything there is to know about this stuff.
The trick is to sound like you know what you're talking about. When they "scrape" your teeth with "those metal hooks," that's called "scaling.
But many younger hygienists weren't given a great deal of training on scaling, or they're too weak in the arms or too lazy to do a good job.