I have my beautiful smile back! Not that I really lost it this time, the couple of times before that I have had problems with the bridge and crown the whole thing fell out and I had to go around with three teeth missing in the front of my mouth. Just to prove that I am prepared to bare myself on this blog, here is a picture of me with those missing teeth the first time it fell out in 2009, not a good picture of me either, but it probably reflects how I was feeling at the time.
On this occasion it actually went pretty smoothly, the bridge was twisted but it was still in place while I went to yoga and shopped and worked a shift on the crisis phone lines. I didn’t look forward to my two hours in the dentist chair, but I felt optimistic about the outcome, especially when the bridge came out as my lovely young dentist poked around upon my arrival in his domain. He and his assistant were light-hearted and fun while conveying competence, I received a pillow for my neck and was as comfortable and relaxed as one could be in the circumstances.
As I lay there I was hearing voices, if that bothers your scientific sensibility then by all means think of it as self-talk, a communication from the higher self, for me I don’t actually care where it comes from or who it might be. What matters is the feeling of confidence and trust that was conveyed to me, the voices said they were guiding my dentist to make sure he did the best possible job, and that he was very open to that kind of guidance. I could see energy around his head in the shape of a hat, a bit like the sort that the Mad Hatter wears in Alice in Wonderland.
So in the end the outcome is very close to the vision that I created, the price tag is a tad higher than I had hoped for, but in that respect I was probably doing a bit of the old wishful thinking magic, dentists are not quite as bad as lawyers but they still charge like wounded bulls!
So success in my process of manifestation, on, on to the next phase of heartful, loving, passionate life!