Xavier winced again when Brian confirmed his initial guess that it was a cavity. When he was a child it had seemed the horror off all horrors when going to the dentist - mainly because his parents could barely afford those bills. Things were different now; time and money weren't issues. It didn't change the disquieting feeling from learning he had one - two cavities.
When they were done with the X-Rays, Xavier had folded his hands again, eyebrow cocked as Brian gave his explanation. His lips pressed together before he gave a firm nod. "That's fine by me. How many appointments will it take?" The fact that he offered further questions, made him paused for a moment. On a whim and pulling the idiot card, Xavier gestured to his face. "Did you walk into a door?"