I’m Ned Marshall, I’ve had my braces for two years now and I’m getting them off today.
It feels gooey.
My top teeth were like over here and my bottom were like kinda slanted so whenever I’d bite,
there was like an over bite on the other side, on the side.
I was super excited to not be metal mouth.
I’m always really, really picky, and Andy always tells me I’m “nit picking” because
I’m like a perfectionist about everything.
But, honestly, I told my dad this morning, I was like, “I don’t think I could have straighter teeth.”
“I have two sisters and they both came here to get their braces, and they both had
One of them had them for like two years, one of them had them for like three years.
I guess for the past ten years my whole family has come to see Dr. Frost.
So I have four siblings, so we all come here. And about, I think, probably 16 or so cousins
that also come here, slash are going to come here.
He’s got us all.
My mom got braces from his dad.
So Andy’s dad was an orthodontist too?
That was like a hundred years ago.
My uncle who passed away was really good friends with Dr. Frost and so we started coming here
I guess because of him.
And so my parents met Dr. Frost at golf tournaments and stuff so, eventually started coming here
and loved him and haven’t left.