Aaron lost his front tooth in an accident, but now he’s excited to have an implant to replace it.
How does it feel to have a tooth again? It’s exciting. It looks great. It feels great.
Interviewer: All right. So, Aaron, you had an incident, correct? You lost one of your front teeth.
Interviewer: What happened?
Aaron: Skateboarding. I was in junior high and knocked it out on a rail, just kind of put the tooth in some milk and came to the emergency dentist and turned out I needed to get an implant after a bone graft and a lot of process.
Interviewer: All right. So you’ve been waiting for quite a while. It was a process, right?
Interviewer: But how does it feel to have a tooth again?
Aaron: It’s exciting. I’m a bit in shock, I have to say, yeah.
Interviewer: All right. Do you like how it looks?
Aaron: I do. It looks great. It feels great.
Interviewer: All right. Now, would you recommend people getting an implant instead of like getting a bridge or like getting a partial when it’s your front tooth? You think implant’s the way to go?
Aaron: I’d say it is a matter of opinion, but an implant is definitely the most solidified and kind of allows you to forget and move forward, and biting an apple, it’s exciting.
Interviewer: All right, all right. Cool. Thank you, Aaron.