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Hi, I am 24 weeks pregnant and in need of some dental work but frightened of going to my dentist incase he tries to brush me off insisting I have my treatment privately. I have a tooth at the front of my mouth which has gone grey due to root canal, I also think I may need a couple of fillings also in teeth at the front of my mouth. Am I able to get the front teeth filled with white fillings and am I able to get my front tooth ...
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Hi, I have suffered from severe gum disease which got worse during pregnancy but now seems to be under control. This has however receded my gums leaving the black lines from 2 crowns visible, the area around the base is now extremely sensitive. Would I be able to have them replaced under the NHS this is making me very paranoid about my smile and just wish I could afford private cosmetic work :0(
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Over a year ago a bridge I had fitted approx 29 yrs ago (it included one of my front teeth) fell out.My dentist told me I would now have to have a partial denture and at the time due to funds I agreed. Worst decision I have ever made, within a few weeks of me getting them and still in constant mouth pain my gums had begun to shrink and the denture looked unsightly and was practically invisible unless I lifted my upper lip up. ...
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I have just paid 680 pounds for 2 teeth crowned (first and second molar i think) and at the top of both the teeth there is a slight black/dark line on the smile side and on the inside (near roof of mouth) there is a black line that is about 1.5mm on both of them. Is this normal?? i assumed that by paying for white crowns they would be all white and look natural. .... the temporary crowns actually went to the gum leaving no bla...
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I have a friend wanting to use a the NHS in Cirencester after being involved in a good Private practice for 12 Years and aftr being very happy. He feels that its free and that the dentist seems very nice .Does the panel have an opinion on the difference between Private treatment and NHS treatment, is he putting his dental health at unnecessary risk?Will anygood Private treatment be undone?