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... then, he starts prodding my gums and there it is, the solution to making some money from me "DEEP CLEANING", what a godsend that invention must be for all these dental practices. I was horrified as he then explained I had gum disease and this procedure had to be performed in order for me to keep my teeth. ... (4 replies)
... I came into a dental office to do a routine cleaning thinking I would get a honest, courteous, professional services, but it turn out to be the total opposite. ... (6 replies)
... Even if this was just a communication issue or a misunderstanding - you are still now going without a cleaning until your next appt or you save up to have the debridement. And you're right - when I had mine done - they used a special rinse afterwards to kill any bacteria that may invade the gum tissue during and immediately following the procedure. Obviously the fact the... (4 replies)

... I am 25 and have lacked dental care for so long my top and bottom upper teeth can no longer be saved along with some back ones. ... (14 replies)
... through. I will do my best to address each of your concern. Insurance companies these days are very tricky and not in black and white on what they will cover on dental treatments. There usually is a disclaimer somewhere in small prints. Ultimately it is up to the patient to know what their insurance will cover. ... (6 replies)
... did anyone had this done ? any experiences ? thanks (0 replies)
... its your mouth and you have a right to accept or decline any dental service offered. ... (3 replies)
... en years before I started going again. I started religiously seeing the dentist in April of this year and probably have been back every couple of months for some debridement and filling repairs. I'm not sure what's wrong with me now. ... (5 replies)
... Aunt Sherry: I'm very interested in your OS dx of cavitation(?) and the scraping he did of the bone. Sounds simliar to a problem I'm having..no signs of infection, but chronic pain in jaw near extraction site and overall fatigue and body ache. I had my jaw debrided last week also. Still feel pain. Just curious to learn more about your story. Thanks!!! (20 replies)
... infections of the bone. I cannot comment on this, but I can tell you that I currently suffering from undiagnosed pain. I developed dry socket in July, and had a debridement last week. The oral surgeon said it was a cavitation, definitely not osteo as the bone looked fine except for an indentation. ... (20 replies)
... Well, never drinking soda again, seeing him on a regular basis, and 5,000.00 worth of dental work. No doubt just yanking them out wouldn't get him nearly as much money. ... (4 replies)
... me, neurologists cams to see me. The Oral surgeons said it was not a tooth problem. The neurologists said it was possible nerve damage, but most likely it was a dental problem. I KNEW it was a dental problem because the pain NEVER changed and started exactly when I had a porcelain veneer put on my tooth. ... (6 replies)
... yellow dentin, and one is broken in half. I visited a dentist for the first time in years, who after debridement and three unrelated fillings, recommends 20K in dental work that includes crowning all my lower teeth and most of my top to "open my bite" then working on the front. ... (2 replies)




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