To Dr. Youdeem - I mentioned how much I appreciate how she cares for me as her patient. She's just spent a bit of time installing a crown and cleaning up the excess cement (torturing the new tooth into existence, I suppose). She's asked me throughtout if I were okay (meaning comfortable, free of pain or discomfort (whether physical or psychological. She's conscientious and sensitive that way.) After she's finished, I told her that I (sincerely) appreciate her as a doctor, as a dentist. That it was who she is is, how she is when treating me in her chair, that makes the visits to her office worth enduring. I respect her work in its tangible (the crown, for example), and intangible (she's exceptionally kind in how she treats me).