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Should I ask my dentist for a gown?

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Posted by: jhonmartinvish  (8 years ago)
My dentist says I have a lot of dental work that needs to be done that would take too much time during regular office hours. So, I've been going late as he suggested. He's been doing a good job fixing my teeth, but I find that the leather seat is really cold on my back. When I remove my clothing as instructed, he doesn't have a gown for me to wear. Do you think I should ask for a gown? He also seems to be very clumsy holding his instruments, he drops them on my chest a lot, that gets kind of cold too. Should I say anything about this?
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My dentist says I have a lot of dental work that needs to be done that would take too much time during regular office hours. So, I've been going late as he suggested. He's been doing a good job fixing my teeth, but I find that the leather seat is really cold on my back. When I remove my clothing as instructed, he doesn't have a gown for me to wear. Do you think I should ask for a gown? He also seems to be very clumsy holding his instruments, he drops them on my chest a lot, that gets kind of cold too. Should I say anything about this?

Why would you have to disrobe for dental appointments? Does he not put a patient napkin on your chest? Are you sure this post is not supposed to be a joke?
Posted 8 years ago
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