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What's it like going to the dentist?

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  • #16
    Hmmm, teeth problem is really very painful for anyone. If you dont care yours teeth, then color is changed and pain is out of control. So, you checked dentists previously.

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    • #17
      It strongly depends on the dentist. After I found my dentist, I'm not afraid of them anymore. A good dentist will always treat exactly those problems that you really have, not invented to make money. And of course it is always better to always listen to recommendations about anesthesia and not save on it. It is also important to always treat teeth in time. Don't spend years without a trip to your dentist. It's important to have regular checkups every 6 months. Not really judging you, as I used to delay my visits as well, but since I found my (link removed) I've completely changed my mind.
      Last edited by atskitty2; 01-11-2018, 10:52 AM.

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      • #18
        Yes, I too agree with your opinion. From my childhood I didn't met doctors, at teen I checked my dental problem to a dentist, Teeth problem is really very painful for anyone. we have to care ours teeth, if not then color is changed and pain is out of control.

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        • #19
          is completely safe and painless. There is a misconception among people that root canal is a painful treatment.

          Remember! It is not painful! Thanks to local anesthesia that makes it less painful! It is also known as endodontic treatment.
          The doctor will do a root canal and then fill this hole.
          Last edited by jns; 01-29-2018, 05:22 AM. Reason: Outbound links and advertising are not allowed.

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          • #20
            It's nothing to worry about. it's just normal. Just go to the dentist. I don't think it is anything to be worry about. I am sure. Now a days technology is really well. You won't feel anything there. Go without taking any tension. Don't be worry.

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            • #21
              usually dentists are professionals and supportive. so don't worry...

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              • #22
                There is no reason that dentists should not be considered as doctors. They deal with the medical side of things in a more specialised area. Most general practitioners receive limited training on oral diseases.

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                • #23
                  My close friend has had a fair amount of dentistry done recently: she had her root canal done and had two teeth extracted. She was told if she didn't, in a few years time, she could've lost all her teeth: I am not being dramatic. It is vital anyone see the dentist: at least once a year. Having gum disease or rotting teeth - even if toothpaste is used - can be prevented by seeing the dentist. It isn't just about vanity: it's about not having to end up with all your teeth gone. It could happen. If you need support, go with a relative or friend. But I'd advise everyone to do the same.

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