God knew that I would get my braces off about 2 weeks after I was told I had breast cancer and 2 weeks before my surgery. Perfect timing. I am rejoicing and had one of the best days of my life between what will probably be 2 of my hardest days. I have always been ashamed or embarrassed to smile, but not now. I am no longer ashamed to show my teeth and no longer feel bad for Kevan when he has to introduce his wife. Kevan assures me that was never the case. During a time that should probably be a sad time for me.....I can't stop smiling!
I want to say "thank you" to the wonderful staff at Lawton Orthodontics. Everyone, from doctor Lawton to each of the staff members, made me feel like someone special and not like just another "orthodontic client". They knew my name when I came in and always seemed interested in how I was doing. I'm sure they are like this with everyone and it is a great way to run an office and a great testimony. When I came in yesterday one of the staff ladies came over to me and gave me a hug and told me she was sorry that I had cancer. It was so sweet and it meant a lot to me. Dr. Lawton was also sweet in how he responded and we talked over my different options. God didn't just bless me with perfect teeth, but also provided the best doctor and staff to go through the process with. I highly recommend them. If you are in the Orlando area and need an orthodontist they are the best! I cannot imagine the joy they give to so many people when they smile their perfect smile for their first time. It must be such a fulfilling job to give confidence and joy to so many. If you are reading this, "THANK YOU!"
If I lose my hair due to chemotherapy at least people will be looking at my bald head and not my crooked teeth. Lol! Hair grows back.
God is so good to me!
"Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights..." - James 1:17