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I Lost My Retainer book

It seems everyone has either lost their retainer or knows someone who has. This book is a compilation of funny stories emailed to me by orthodontic patients. And illustrated with cartoons. Specifications: laminated front & back cover, 9" x 9" size, spiral bound, with 54 pages of text and cartoons.

"Maggie Harris has compiled a lighthearted, but informative waiting room book to educate orthodontic patients about the ephemeral nature of retainers. Dogs, restaurants, and other mishaps that we have all heard many times are presented. The artwork by Mig is captivating and will catch the eye of your patients and their parents. I have this book on the coffee table in my waiting room. I cannot tell you how many times parents and patients have commented on the stories. Kids find it fun to read while at the same time it is reinforcing the lesson. Usually, they have all read it at least once before they are ready for their own retainers. They will nod knowlngly when the staff reviews the do's and don'ts and they know you are not making it up. It would make good REQUIRED reading for new retainer owners. If it saved you only one remake a month it would be well worth the $$."

—— Ray Bedette, DDS

  • CAN YOU RELATE?
  • NOT FALLING FOR IT
  • ON THE RUN
  • THERE GOES MY RETAINER!
  • HELLO KITTY!
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I Lost My Retainer book

It seems everyone has either lost their retainer or knows someone who has. This book is a compilation of funny stories emailed to me by orthodontic patients. And illustrated with cartoons. Specifications: laminated front & back cover, 9" x 9" size, spiral bound, with 54 pages of text and cartoons.

"Maggie Harris has compiled a lighthearted, but informative waiting room book to educate orthodontic patients about the ephemeral nature of retainers. Dogs, restaurants, and other mishaps that we have all heard many times are presented. The artwork by Mig is captivating and will catch the eye of your patients and their parents. I have this book on the coffee table in my waiting room. I cannot tell you how many times parents and patients have commented on the stories. Kids find it fun to read while at the same time it is reinforcing the lesson. Usually, they have all read it at least once before they are ready for their own retainers. They will nod knowlngly when the staff reviews the do's and don'ts and they know you are not making it up. It would make good REQUIRED reading for new retainer owners. If it saved you only one remake a month it would be well worth the $$."

—— Ray Bedette, DDS

  • CAN YOU RELATE?
  • NOT FALLING FOR IT
  • ON THE RUN
  • THERE GOES MY RETAINER!
  • HELLO KITTY!