Most of my patients are fairly Westernized as far as language (English or Swahilli), dress (blue jeans, and collar shirts), food (white bread and coca-cola), and culture (mobile phones). But we do have some Masaai patients. They have held true to their language (Masaai), dress (colorful beads, red blankets draped over their shoulder toga style, heavy earrings that distort their earlobes, and often carrying a staff), food (all meat and milk diet....the original Atkins), and culture (mostly nomadic cattle herders).
This boy was kicked by a goat. Three of his teeth were intruded and are no longer visible. They are hidden up under the nose into the soft tissue wound.
Practicing "deep breaths" as the sedative gasses are coming soon to go off to sleep.