The Face Behind the Mask

It never dawned on me the faces I make while I am cleaning teeth. Thank goodness I wear a mask. I started thinking about this on Friday when I was cleaning a patient who had stinky break and realized I made a VERY SOFT “phew” sound, turned up my nose and backed my head away from the smell. I am only hoping the patient didn’t hear me over the suctions, drilling and music throughout the office.


After this little incident, I kept giggling because I started noticing that I make weird faces .


Photo courtesy of Google images


Photo courtesy of google images


At least I am not like sully and stick my entire face in someones mouth.

Happy Monday


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