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Going to the Dentist

Postby kendra » Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:11 pm

I need to go to the dentist for a cleaning and some repair work. Dentist would be surprised by my appearance if totally enfemme. Thinking of going dressed in relaxed fit skinny jeans. ankle boots and an androgynous woman's tunic top or shirt. Once staff sees me a few times I would start adding makeup, wig, etc., Bad approach or good approach?

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Re: Going to the Dentist

Postby Trinitie » Mon Jan 11, 2016 12:26 am

If you are comfortable and brave enough to go out fully dressed, which I am not. Not not just go all out the first time? do you normally go out fully dressed? Sounds liked our first visit to this dentist to me. Doctors and dentists are very professional. I saw a podiatrist a few months ago. Not dressed at all except for wearing nail polish on my toes. I could see she was almost shocked at seeing it, but said and did nothing to make me feel uncomfortable.
There are times I feel sexy and time I feel like a man in a dress. Mostly I feel like a man in a dress!!!

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Re: Going to the Dentist

Postby kendra » Mon Jan 11, 2016 1:07 am

I do go out dressed quite a bit but normally to department stores, grocery stores, bank, etc., where everyone is preoccupied and not paying much attention. The dentist office would be a new experience. Sitting in the waiting room with other folks gives people time to notice. I think for my first time I will dress slightly feminine but no wig, no makeup, no earrings, no breast firms, etc. It will be interesting to see the reaction by other patients and the staff when I waltz in with relaxed fit skinny jeans, fairly feminine but not overtly girly 3 inch ankle boots, and some form of bland tunic top or sweater, and maybe even a silver bracelet :) Not too worried about the dentist and staff but can't wait to see the reaction by other patients, if any. Hopefully the women will just smile or compliment my fine taste in ladies apparel and hopefully any guys will simply not care..... I'm kinda tired of not being who I am. My experience is that if I'm professional, polite and courteous I generally get a positive reaction. We'll see. On one occasion I was in a shopping mall at Macy's and entered the store totally dressed. I went to the makeup counter looking for advice on the right foundation for my skin color. The lady behind the counter knew I was a CD but was awfully polite and helpful (apparently this wasn't her first rodeo). Moral of the story, it's all about how you present yourself. I would love to see the podiatrist's reaction to you toes. Priceless I'm sure....

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Re: Going to the Dentist

Postby Trinitie » Mon Jan 11, 2016 4:13 am

Well it wasn't that priceless. They say police, paramedics, doctors have seen it all. I don't think this doctor did. It was more of a double take. Maybe now she's seen it all.
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Re: Going to the Dentist

Postby Trinitie » Mon Jan 11, 2016 4:24 am

Also. I was wearing flip flops, jeans(men's low rise jeans, they feel like girls to me when I wear them) and a t- shirt. The waiting room was quite ghost town. I strolled through the pharmacy to buy post procedure care items still in my flip flops. I've had my toe nails painted for three months now. I was scared at first, but wear flip flops as often as possible. Outside of the doctors office only two people have noticed and it's been some what of a double take. Still no one has said anything.
Waiting for my toe to heal so I can go get another pedicure and new polish. Don't want to pick anything up from the foot bath. Who knows who's been there before me right. Having my nails painted has shown me how slow my nails actually grow. In three months they've only grown about 1/4 inch. I really thought they grew faster than that. The only thing holding me back from redoing it is healing. Uughhmmmmm, I wish it would hurry up!!! :grrr: :grrr: :grrr:
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Re: Going to the Dentist

Postby kendra » Mon Jan 11, 2016 5:29 am

You are obviously very confident. I applaud you getting your toe nails painted and venturing out in flip flops. Very cool. Another amusing story... I went to the local nail salon as my male self but in leggings, a sweatshirt and flip flops. The nail technician cleansed, shaped and buffed my toes. When finished she would only allow me to have my toes painted in a clear nail polish. Very frustrating. The only cool part was that this younger woman (20's) getting her nails done glanced down at my feet in the flip flops (the kind that look like platforms) looked at me in my feminine attire and gave ne a quizzical look and smiled. The stories we have are amusing. I'm sure the people that cross our paths get a good chuckle with their family and friends as they discuss their little day to day adventues. I think back on all those adventures and smile and hope there are many more in the future.

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Re: Going to the Dentist

Postby Maryesther » Wed Jan 13, 2016 9:08 pm

It seems this thread has drifted southwards to the toes!

Back on track I need here to 'put my oar in' as the Professional behind the mask, as that is what I do all day...Specialist Dentistry.

I can attest at first hand that unsecured wigs are risky when being sunk down into the horizontal position in a dental chair. 'War paint' is also the enemy. Applied make-up, facial or lipstick tends to come off worst when subjected to the necessary 'hands on' aspect of dental procedures.

Bibs take care of any decollage exposure and in this weather at our latitudes no-one arrives in revealing skimpy sandals. Everyone arrives well wrapped up.

In over 50 years of Practice I have yet to treat a crossdresser. Should one come along, 'she' would have to be treated as original male, to preserve dental records, which are legally binding and admissable in Court, if necessary.

M.

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Re: Going to the Dentist

Postby DebbieT » Tue Jan 19, 2016 11:03 am

Your records for a cross dresser may have to say "male", but mine don't! Haha.

That would be at odds with my NHS number...and far too confusing.

Dentist's ruin makeup, I don't go in makeup any more. No point. In fact, I look very male when being seen, but my records say "female", but the dentist, hygienist and receptionist don't care. And neither do I.

Debbie.

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Re: Going to the Dentist

Postby MsTedesco » Sat Jan 23, 2016 6:26 pm

Kendra

I believe it's a good approach. I have just gone to the dentist a couple of weeks ago totally as a woman but Cindy my dentist knew me since I was growing up. But most of the others in her practice did not and no one batted an eye when I went in and had to fil out all those forms. I believe you have the confidence to pull it off

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posting some pictures of what I wore to the dentist recently

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Re: Going to the Dentist

Postby sexxxi71 » Sun Jan 24, 2016 1:57 pm

See no link to your pics...? Would like to see...as my wife to be and I are photo shooting today to update profile.
Hugs ladies,
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