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BOTD 03-01-2017 Gag me with a Spoon! - An 18 Smacked Production

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Skater

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GAG ME WITH A SPOON!
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When he was 10, almost 11, your son, Dean, needed orthodontia to correct the spacing between his teeth that was excessive. This will make his smile much more beautiful and will improve his appearance through adolescence and as an adult, for a well-paying job, etc. So, at no small expense, you decided to give him a gift that will last his entire life. The work was to last 2 years, and the last 9 months would entail wearing a retainer on his upper teeth. This retainer is removable for cleaning and adjusting.

Dean has completed his time in the orthodontia and it is time for him to wear the retainer. The problem is, Dean does not want to wear it. He says it makes him gag and feel uncomfortable. The dentist says that he will acclimate to it, and will barely notice wearing it after a few days of use. The dentist says that unless he wears this for the 9 moths to finish the work, his teeth will shift, and the end result will not be what is desired. There really is no alternative method that can be used to give as  satisfactory a result, he tells you and the boy. You both point out to Dean that he has put up with the pain to this point so that he will look his very best but he is still resisting.



DEAN (With his orthodontia) - Now 12, approaching 13
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Now what do you do?


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AFinch

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Bribery. Not punishment. Ultimately, it's his appearance, and ultimately he'll have to do the wearing. And where is it written that everyone must have perfect teeth?

Jack

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I have to disagree with Doc here. I woldn't have forced a boy this age into getting braces unless there was a serious problem with his teeth. That means, at least the way I'm interpreting this, that either he had a serious problem or that he chose to get into this. We are not throwing away thousands of dollars because he doesn't like the retainer.

I am willing to work with him, encourage him, and even bribe him a little, but I will also make it clear that he could end up with a very sore rear over this if he doesn't work at it.


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Prior to getting the braces, he met with the Orthodontist and agreed to and said he wanted the braces. He was told there would be a retainer at the end of the treatment. But, that was when he objected to it.

There was nothing forced on him; he wanted and agreed to everything.

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Skater wrote:
GAG ME WITH A SPOON!
An 18Smacked Production



When he was 10, almost 11, your son, Dean, needed orthodontia to correct the spacing between his teeth that was excessive. This will make his smile much more beautiful and will improve his appearance through adolescence and as an adult, for a well-paying job, etc. So, at no small expense, you decided to give him a gift that will last his entire life. The work was to last 2 years, and the last 9 months would entail wearing a retainer on his upper teeth. This retainer is removable for cleaning and adjusting.

Dean has completed his time in the orthodontia and it is time for him to wear the retainer. The problem is, Dean does not want to wear it. He says it makes him gag and feel uncomfortable. The dentist says that he will acclimate to it, and will barely notice wearing it after a few days of use. The dentist says that unless he wears this for the 9 moths to finish the work, his teeth will shift, and the end result will not be what is desired. There really is no alternative method that can be used to give as  satisfactory a result, he tells you and the boy. You both point out to Dean that he has put up with the pain to this point so that he will look his very best but he is still resisting.



DEAN (With his orthodontia) - Now 12, approaching 13
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Now what do you do?

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ivor

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I'm going to take the Doc's prescription.

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squarecutter

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I will work on him. I'll tell him he's still too young for girls! Seriously , as Jack said we're not wasting the money spent now and the perssin may get lees gentle if he wont play ball

David M. Katz

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I think Dean and I can work together on strategies to help him acclimate.

People, kids included, change their minds. I can't see spanking for this.

If he won't wear it then he's going to have to be the one to live with the consequences.


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Pi Beta

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"Now how are you going to pay me back for the treatment you agreed to."

MemoryMan

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Pi Beta wrote:"Now how are you going to pay me back for the treatment you agreed to."

Ditto .............. and I'll dock the first (substantial) instalment immediately

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db105

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At this point in the treatment we should not abandon it. This is not a matter of discipline, but of reasoning and persuasion. Unless the circumstances become extreme (like a previously undiscovered phobia), we need to go ahead.

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