What do you do for a Mother's Day tradition? Eat a dinner feast together and play games around the table, go on a trip, buy new jewelry?Every year my family has all of the children sign a
Thank God For Dr Iniguez
When I was young, I had high fevers and was sick a lot due to being born a month early. My entire childhood, I was so self-conscious about my smile and who I was. I would never go anywhere alone (including public restrooms, grocery stores, etc) because I was afraid that I was going to be bullied. I covered my mouth when I spoke and ate, and walked around looking at the floor because there was no reason to look up, no one was smiling back at me. Here is a photo of my teeth and how they looked after multiple tries at braces, retainers, whitening, etc.
When I was 13, my parents drove me down to Los Algodones, Mexico. We had scheduled a consultation with a cosmetic dentist. After talking to the dentist for about an hour about the cost and what to expect, he invited me into a chair and started along. Six hours later, I walked out of that office a new person. I was no longer afraid to speak to anyone. I would not fear going places alone. I smiled in every reflection I could find because I was so proud of my new appearance.
This post isn't made to brag about how much money we spent, but yes, there was a good chunk of change in my mouth. It changed me as a person and I now encourage every person who has a smile they are not 100% in love with to fix it. Because I know how much it changed my life and the way I thought about myself. Here is the contact information for Dr. Isaias Iniguez, the man who changed my life. 928-941-1595 firstname.lastname@example.org. I absolutely love his office and staff and owe them far more than just the money. I am a happier, more outgoing and more confident person because of him.