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Help with my teeth

Discussion in 'Health and wellbeing' started by kittylion, Feb 1, 2012.

  1. kittylion

    kittylion Established commenter

    You really do need to see a dentist - can you not ring National Health Direct and ask for advice?

    It may be that they are painful because there is some problem - for example they may be impacted which would mean you would have to have them all extracted. This is fairly common, but you would need dental x-rays.

    Even if the pain recedes, you really should find a dentist as these things can come and go.

    Hope you sort it out.
  2. I had my 2nd teeth removed and the wisdoms came through ok. You need to go to the dentist as you might need to have teeth out. If you can't afford this find an NHS dentist and if even this is too expensive go to the bank and see if you can get a small loan

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