11.20.2009

True Love

I spent 3 hours in his chair last week to see him practice what he preaches.



It was nice because I could give him honest feedback that most patients wouldn't, or I could just bite his hands when he hurt me. He has exceptional chair-side manner, but maybe I am biased.



He practiced this one about 8 times . . . good times.

9 comments:

Elizabeth said...

That makes my teeth hurt! :0
Hope all is well in Jensenville! :)

jenorme said...

I love the first pic of Niels! I am framing it for my house. ;)

Danica Osborn said...

do those glasses mean free teeth whitening for years to come???

Niels and Susie Jensen said...

Danica - I hope that's what it means. Is it so lame that I asked for bleach trays for xmas?

Kristin said...

Yikes! That first picture is perfect crazed dentist. I'm a little nervous for when it's my turn to be the guinea pig in the chair. Way to be brave. :)

Stephanie said...

This is the essence of a supportive wife. You are the best.

Faith Garff said...

niels its payback jk

Tasha Christensen said...

Super cute! You guys are darling together! Fun to be back blogging again!

Sarah said...

It's a good thing that your husband has quite some humor, Susie. He can use that to ease his patients' anxiety during dental procedures. My dentist (Raleigh-based) always makes me laugh before he checks my mouth, and that never fails to calm my nerves. When I had my dental implants, my sedation dentist (Raleigh-based) also had awesome "chair-side manners" (as you call it), and that relieved my worries about the surgery. So yeah, I guess you should commend your husband about that.