Monday, February 15, 2010

Ear, Nose and Throat; But Not Your Eyes or Teeth

I'm looking for an answer as to why a person's mouth, specifically their teeth and a person's eyes are treated more like your car than part of your body. So much so, that separate insurance is needed to cover the needed treatment.

I understand the need for specialist in those areas of the body, but I consider the care and treatment delivered to the teeth and the eyes to be no more or less important than to a person's finger, knee or ear.

Speaking of ear, many times it is difficult to determine an earache from a toothache. I'm sure this has happened to many here. At what point in medical history did this separation take place, and why?

2 Must Read Comments:

Anonymous said...

Well it is very plain to see that teeth and eyes are very much connected. Have you never heard of EYE TEETH......LMAO Slapping my knee laffing so hard.

Me said...

LMAO LMAO!! That was great!!! Loved it! Anyone who doesn't laugh at that one is just a party pooper. lol