Lorianna Ayson Jackson on Facebook
a year ago
10/21/2020, 01:39 AM
Sometimes your smile is all you have left, dont trust it to just anyone!
My husband passed away a little over 2 years ago and I literally thought I had little left besides my wonderful daughters. I found that being able to smile gave them confidence that everything was going to be okay, even when I wasnt sure of it myself. It assured friends and family that no matter what, I would not give up on trying to learn to live my own life again. I smiled at work, even when I felt like falling down and crying my eyes out, and eventually I learned that my smile made other people happy as well and my spirits began to lift a teensy bit ... one returned smile at a time. Don't get me wrong, Im no Christy Brinkley where smiles are concerned but truly, sometimes, your smile is indeed all you have you save yourself from despair and let a little happiness back into your life.
I tell you this because shortly after he passed I chipped my front tooth... yep... a giant gaping home in my smile, darnit. Visions of terrible tooth dreams came flooding into my head and then I remembered that the big 'ol snaggly tooth had also taken away my life saver... my smile.
I cannot tell you how blessed I was to find Dr Goldstein via a friend's rec., not only did he repair my tooth but with his expertise and amazing attention to detail, he spent as much time on making my smile beautiful again as he did making sure even the back of my teeth perfectly aligned to accommodate how I bite and chew, so I wouldnt chip it again. He truly cares about his patients and as I came to realize, he cares very much about his wonderful team, their families and the community as well! That means a lot these days.
Ill never ever trust anyone else with the most important part of me, my very own, confident and uniquely beautiful smile.
Thank you Dr Goldstein!