just got back from the dentists, it was first time Id been for two years so I was pretty terrified....it started off ok and I thought by some miracle had got the only dentist on earth to dumb/embarrassed to see the (fairly blatant) erosion thats going on there... but then he 'had a quick word with the nurse' (que muffled whispering) and came back telling me they were going to x-ray my teeth and book be another appointment to discuss the results...this happened to anyone else? can anyone tell me what dentists do when they find bulimics on there hands, if its just dental advice then i can cope with that but I'm winding myself up about whats gonna happen in that next appointment and could do with a bit of reassurance? Xx
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