“It certainly doesn’t look like a dentist office!” Marjorie wasn’t looking forward to her appointment, and as many women of the older generation, abhorred change. “New and improved” methods of doing anything, it seemed, were usually not well understood and not easily accepted if at all, by the octogenarian.
Marjorie had been putting off a dentist visit for more than five years and her teeth and diet suffered. This day her granddaughter accompanied her to an appointment to remedy the situation, insisting her grandmother submit.
Hesitantly sitting herself in the large reclining chair, the applied gas sent Marjorie’s worries away.