Five Words Of Questionable Desirability To Hear While In The Dentist's Chair
Today was my normal cleaning and checkup at the dentist. As the hygienist was cleaning my teeth, she said she wasn't sure if Doc would get a chance to look at my teeth before he had to be off to his appointment. (Leaving me wondering what appointment? I usually have a pretty good idea of who is meeting with whom about what, but I had no clue.) Doc hurried in and told her to hold off on the polishing so he can do my exam before he has to go.
Doc is an old acquaintance, so he explains that he is rushed since he has an appointment with the dermatologist. He adds that since he likes his patients to be on time, he wants to be on time for his appointment. Fair enough. So after giving the OK on my teeth, we visit for a few moments and then he looks at his watch and says "Gotta run, I've got an appointment with the dermatologist about the rash and hole in the skin on my ankle. Gotta run."
I'm still wondering if that wasn't TMI? I'm also wondering if he remembered to take his mask and gloves off before he walked into the dermatologists office?