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If I had a patient contact me by phone or whatever and say, “I’m having a hard time chewing,” I’d want to get more information about what exactly … what do they mean by that? Because two different people, or however there may be could say, “I’m having a hard time chewing,” but they can come up with a different answer of what that means. So I want to know what you mean by what you’re saying, and I’m going to find out where the tooth is, what tooth it is: top, bottom, front, back. I want to know how long it’s been happening. I’m going to want to know is it keeping them up at night? Cause all those things can mean different things, but ultimately, sometimes you can come up with something and decide at that point whether it’s something that, “Hey, you need to get in now,” or, “Let’s do it more at your convenience.” But ultimately, you’re probably going to want to see the patient to see what it is.