Hmm, so why is it that a hygenist can do procedures that need an anasthetic, and can indeed administer them to the upper jaw but has to call a proper dentist in for the lower? Must remember to ask next time (10th may). Still, no real pain to speak of except for where the needle went in and a little jaw-related stiffness today.
Still busy at work - even fewer of us today as we have 3 of the remaning 9 out at a transport forum thingy. I like the peace and quiet though.
Finally finished the Trevithick book. Quite astounding the number of things he started off then never made any money out of compared to the people who took them up after him. Have now switched back to fiction and embarked upon The Skies of Pern by Anne McCaffrey. Possibly my favourite of all the sci-fi/fantasy series' I've read, so this latest has a lot to live up to. Doing OK so far...
Now to get some fresh air and money from Ipswich.