Last week and last Monday, my niece had been crying a lot because of the pain of her tooth, every time she cried because of the pain, I tried to brush her teeth well, and put some toothache to relieve the pain. Unfortunately, the pain stopped for a few hours, but it came back severely, so she cried again. Then it took three days for me to decide what I should really do with the tooth of my niece. What I did first, I asked the pharmacist what kind of medicine that suitable for a four year girl whose tooth has been aching. So, the pharmacist prescribed a pain reliever syrup, and when I arrived from the town, I let my niece drank a teaspoon of the pain reliever, and I told her to wait for a couple of minutes and the pain would be gone. Unfortunately, the pain never gone away, instead she cried a lot, and she was begging me to bring her to the dentist and let her tooth extracted.
Honestly, while looking at her crying hard on the bed, I decided immediately to bring her to the dentist for the third time. The reason I didn’t bring her to the dentist right away, it was because of the financial reason, but right in that moment, I tried to phone some of my friends, and I asked if I could lend a few hundreds in order that I would be able to bring my niece to the dentist. And I was so thankful to God that I borrowed a few hundreds from my close friend, and I instantaneously dressed up my niece and we went to the place where I could get the money. And after getting the money, I brought my niece to the dentist, and we arrived my niece was a third patient, so we had to wait of her turn. And while waiting, my niece was feeling okay, the pained has gone, and she wanted to go because her tooth was not aching anymore. But since, we’re at the dentist office, so I told her that we had to wait until her tooth would be extracted because might be the pain would come back when we would be at home. So, she agreed.
Finally, my niece Kristel had a third time teeth extraction, and I truly begged her not to eat candies or any sweet a lot, if she would eat sweet, she would brush her teeth immediately, so that she would not be suffering from the toothaches. I hope she really learned a lot by this time, and I also look closely to her, and let her brush her teeth often. And I also hope that it was her last trip to the dentist.
Now, she is not suffering from any toothache because her tooth just extracted last Monday afternoon. Oh, by the way, she cried a lot while the dentist tending her tooth, and she moved a lot and she was very strong and it was too difficult to manage her, and due to her restlessly, the needle pierced in her upper lip and it was bleeding. Anyway, it was too little pain compared to the pain of her tooth. Right?