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Descriptive Writing - The Dentist.

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Descriptive Writing The Dentist I enter the building and walk over to the elevator; I push the up button and patiently wait. The elevator door promptly opens and I get in. I push the button with two on it and the doors close. Up I go. Once on the second floor I exit the elevator and I can smell the mixture of wintergreen-flavoured toothpaste and bleach out in the hall even before I go into Dr Adelson's office. As soon as I open the outer door, the blast of cool air from the air conditioner hits me in the face making me shiver all over. ...read more.


My face by now is now the colour of a great big red balloon ready to pop. I quickly turn away to hide my embarrassment, and take notice of the fish in the large blue tank in the corner of the room. The sleek, scaly, shining fish dart about playing hide and seek with the plastic mermaid at the bottom of the tank while tiny silver bubbles slip to the top of the tank's surface and break silently while I wait my turn. I turn and see a photo album sitting on a coffee table. I pick it up only to see pictures of decaying teeth and gums. ...read more.


As I look up the bright overhead light momentarily blinds me. A little white door opened at the back of the room and there Dr Adelson stands, she is also wearing a crisp white uniform but has a brightly coloured strap around her very large waist. She has long flowing bright red hair and a small, round, piggish face and speaks in a rather "posh" manner. Dr Adelson then picks up a small black box and presses a big red button and two big black leather straps fasten me into the seat. I feel like a deer about to meet its death. I see the round light and hear the clink of instruments. Suddenly a huge face looms over me her eyes fixed on mine, "Good morning Rhys". There is no escape now! I am constrained by good manners to suffer. ...read more.

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