I made excuses every time my mom told me that I needed to see a dentist. I told her many times that I would go see one after I paid this bill or that one. I would tell her that I would do it after I finished a particularly hard semester or after my internship. I was putting off and that was a mistake. I ended up needing to look for someone who can do wisdom teeth removal in Singapore because of my continual excuses. Had I done what my mom gently urged me to do so many times, I probably would not have needed to get them removed.
My parents asked me one day how often I floss. I surprised them both when I admitted that I rarely do. I do brush once per day, and I know that is not enough. I would say that I floss once per month. That was when my mother told me that I would have all sort of problems if I don’t see a professional for regular cleanings. But in my eyes, there is always tomorrow to get things done. I put things off all the time. I learned an expensive lesson in not seeing someone to keep my teeth clean, though. I finally went to a dentist who told me that all the work that I needed done in my mouth was completely preventable if I had just done the simple upkeep in the first place.
I’ll admit that part of my problem is that I would rather spend the once per year $75 needed for a good cleaning on video games and other things like that. But because that is the way I ran my life, I needed to spend much more to have all four wisdom teeth removed. Each of them had cavities in them. I feel so much better now that they are out, and I’m also doing a lot better with making an appointment for all preventive maintenance now, too.