"the hospital no longer operates ..."
About: Charles Clifford Dental Hospital Charles Clifford Dental Hospital Sheffield S10 2SZ
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What I liked
the hospital no longer operates a walk in service , rather than take a ticket sit and wait , you would now first get a refferal , the emergency facility may not be an option.
i am due an appointment and find it regal indeed to think we do a service to the classes that take place , dental work must be undertaken for the welfare of the common person , learning first-hand is the only pioneering justification and starting somewhere under the watchfull eye of a top surgeon makes me feel the wait should be worthwhile , what better a way than to spurn the right to make definite decisions , let the doctors begin.
What could be improved
in view of creating and reacting to a problem in the mouth , having a true likeness to work with , in the x-ray department , could sacrifice alot of the painfull work that is put into dentistry , meaning if your visit to your dentist included a post x-ray , where a foil of film is placed in your mouth a device being brought to your cheek , the technician leaves the room for a second and you hear a click , beware , for if the treatment you expected were to go wrong , whose decision was it to work upon the devices instruction , the postage sized likeness of the interior of your tooth should show clear detailing , which it would if it were not so small , to squint into a dimensionaly challenging image strikes a fear in any dentist , i feel , much better equipment is available , why is it not used,
whilst i wait , hoping all will go well , that i may be seen and dealt with accordingly , i can only hope that time in the chair is not a factor for you wherever you go. the mistake i highlight in this instance is now a worry for me , for the tooth i had removed as it was split down the root , or so it was deemed , though in practice the tooth having good strong roots was hiding the fact it had a firm grip , that being the twist or cross-billed effect in my mechanics that gave it such a good foot , not as was seen a split , in its ejection , uprooted a rear tooth , took of a filling to a tooth infront , further splitting and cracking off tooth material , up to 3/4 of it , and it didnt come out cleanly , though the tear to the gum might be expected.
in general the terms i wish to express are probably best addressed when they have finished with me , the word compensation comes to mind , but it does seem rather a task,
so indeed , what happens next
can The Charles Clifford fix my mouth.