Smile Again

    Smile Again

    Meet Our Smile Again Recipient, Barbara Trivett!

    Smile Again

    Barbara Tells Us About Her Dental Health

    Most of my upper teeth have broken off. I’ve had a lack of tooth enamel ever since I was young. A part of my tooth would fall out, and I’d say they’ve been doing that for the past 12–13 years. I went to a dentist, and he did work to try and improve my condition, but everything he did cracked, fell off, and has made the teeth crumble away. I am missing all of my upper teeth except three, and two of the three are breaking into pieces. I don’t go out too much. I stay home and don’t talk to too many people, and when I do, I cover up.

    Barbara Tells Us Why Restoring Her Smile Is Important to Her

    My oldest daughter is getting married in a few months, and she thought it would be a great ego boost for me to have my smile back. I would love to be able to smile again without hiding my mouth. That’s probably the biggest excitement, is to think that I can smile for her and be beautiful again.

    Barbara Tells Us Why She Thinks She’s a Good Candidate for the Smile Again Program

    I work for the USPS, but I would like to go back and work with the attorneys I worked with before, doing paralegal stuff and running the front office. I have been trying to get the dental work done and just can’t save up enough money because my husband was unemployed for a while, so it’s just been my income. I think it’ll change just the way I carry myself. I’ll be more of my old, bubbly, smiley self.

    If you or someone you know is interested in donating other services to the Smile Again program to help the recipient improve their life, please click here for more information.

    We are glad to partner with Gledhill Dental and MicroDental Northwest to change Barbara’s life. You can follow Barbara’s story on our website, cboms.com/smileagain, or on our Facebook page.