It’s been a little while since my introduction to the ‘jaw wibbles’, but now seems like there’s been enough change to have a catch up on the whole thing.
It’s all such a very slow process, but that’s how it has to be really. My current teeth have to shift into the right position for my new jaw in a few months, and that’s by no means a quick effort on their part.
And so we wait some more.
I have another 6 weeks to go until my next appointment where we’ll review again any movement, and when my next surgeon appointment will be to schedule a date for the big operation. It’s estimated to be around 4-6 months from now.
So yeah, currently the negatives well outweigh the positives, but the thing that makes those negatives bearable is the fact that I can see pretty clearly the end result in the mirror every day (using my imagination of course). I’m getting less and less scared about the actual procedure
Image taken from https://roxsjawsurgery.wordpress.com/page/3/
I do get some funny looks and questions from time to time about the whole appearance of the thing at the moment, but that’s only curious human nature, and actually people seem pretty interested once I explain myself.
Not long now!
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