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Christopher's Trip to the Dentist

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´╗┐Cassie McIntyre Christopher?s Trip to the Dentist On Saturday Father took me to the dentist. I do not like the Dentist. My Dentist is called Mr Patel and he is a very short man who wears a white coat and always wears those rubber gloves that smell of hospitals and he is foreign. Father said the appointment would be very quick as I always brush my teeth twice a day. I like brushing my teeth because I like the way the bristles of the brush feel against my gums when I am brushing. I once watched a programme on brushing teeth at school I found it very interesting and now I know how to brush my teeth properly. Firstly everyone makes the mistake of making their toothbrush wet before putting the toothpaste on it which is entirely wrong and then people often use too much toothpaste and you only need 2 centimetres of toothpaste which is why I keep a ruler next to my toothbrush to make sure I always use the correct amount and you should always start by brushing your ...read more.


When Father came over he told me that we would only be waiting a little while because Mr Patel was just finishing with his patient. I sat and stared at all the fish until I noticed one which was not moving so I started tapping on the glass which made Father annoyed so he asked me to stop so I did as I always do as I am told as it is polite towards Father. So I told Father that I thought the fish was dead and he told me not to worry as it was probably just sleeping so I just left it to sleep. After five minutes a man came out of room eight rubbing his jaw and on the door it said ?Mr Patel? this made me worried as the man looked like he was in pain and I do not like being in pain so I got really nervous. Mr Patel then appeared and called my name so Father and I stood up and went into his room. ...read more.


This made me happy as it meant we could now leave the dentist and go to the museum like Father promised as I had been good and I did not bite Mr Patel this time. I got up from Mr Patel?s special chair and he gave me a piece of paper to give to the short fat lady behind the desk (not that he said that as it is rude to say it out loud) he then waved goodbye to me and shook Father?s hand and just before I left he offered me a sticker but I said no thank you because I think they make my clothes look untidy. Father and I went back out to the reception and I gave the lady behind the desk my piece of paper and she said someone would be in touch to make another appointment. I did not understand what she meant by this but I was not really too bothered because I was happy and I was going to the museum to look at all the scientific facts about the universe and other special things. ...read more.

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