Now a handy-dandy tool box for the surgical team's left over equipment .
Hi Amie,I've been following your progress, and you look great. Are you pleased with you results?
Hi Amy, I just read your blog and really enjoyed it. Bad luck about the drill bit. I will have surgery next year (upper and lower). I like your reports of Real Food! My surgeon has already mentioned the Ensure to me and I can't help thinking I could concoct something healthy myself. I live in New Zealand and have a 5 year old boy and a 2 year old girl.Andrea
Hey Amie,I'm Brandon from the Jaw Surgery Blog.I just wanted to congratulate you on a successful surgery, and it would be a great help to others and future patients that are going to be going through the same thing you did if you could share your story and experience.I'd love to get as many people to share their story as possible in one organized place, so people just like us won't be as scared, and they too can have a successful surgery.All you have to do is write a quick summary of how the process was for you, in as much or as little detail as you like. For example, you could include how you felt right before surgery, how you felt after, what the sensations were like, what you wish you had known before, or anything else you can think of that will make the process a little bit easier for someone else.To help, just go here:http://www.jawsurgeryblog.com/forums/topic/help-future-jaw-surgery-patientsIf you have any questions at all or trouble posting your story, just let me know, and I'll be glad to help you help others!Thanks again,Brandon
Amie,How are you doing? I used to see your posts on the yahoo boards. Did you ever get the broken off drill bit removed?
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