Dentistry thingy(help needed for mum)

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Dentistry thingy(help needed for mum)

Post by novastar_ » Mon Sep 05, 2005 2:35 pm

I need help for my mum. She has most of her molars pulled out (she's old). And now, she wants to do crowning and bridging. However, 25% of her bone is lost. And her last molar left of that part hurts. The dentist said that it's due to the pressure it has gone through over the years. So is it because the dentist just wants to earn some money? Or it really is like what the dentist said, and my mum and do croening and bridging? Because it's really quite costly. Those who have this knowledge, please help my mum!

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Post by victor » Thu Sep 08, 2005 12:20 pm

Um, from what I know some pulled molars also still have sensoric sensation nerve and it's also related to the stress and depression..
For more details, please ask anyone more skilled in this..
Hope this helps,
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