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Dental question.

 
ac
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07/10/2006 08:22 PM
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Dental question.
Just got back from dentist with my 3 year old daughter. Dentist says she needs caps and fillings etc. Would have to do it in hospital because of age. Will cost about $7,000. Anybody have experience with toddlers and this type of situation?
Spanker

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07/10/2006 08:26 PM
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Re: Dental question.
Are you joking?

Never heard of such a thing!

P.S. Actually I have, but she was MKed.
Healthy1
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07/10/2006 08:28 PM
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Re: Dental question.
Sugar causes decay, re-evaluate what is being eaten and drunk. Mother of two and sounds strange to me, I have never heard of such before.
Anonymous Coward
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07/10/2006 08:28 PM
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Re: Dental question.
My niece had to have something like that done. It seems her teeth were so soft that they were ultra cavity prone. She needed the fillings and caps because she still had a long time to go before her adult teeth came in.
She had it done in the hospital as well and was fine.
I understand by not having it done they will experience the pain and health risks of untreated cavities in time.
Anonymous Coward
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07/10/2006 08:29 PM
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Doesn't make sense, her teeth will all fall out and be replaced by new teeth by the time she's 7-10 years old. However, I don't doubt your dentist recommended that. They are not the most ethical of professionals. Always get a second opinion when it comes to any major dental work. And do research online.
3RD DAY RISING

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07/10/2006 08:32 PM
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Re: Dental question.
OP, where do you live?? It sounds too spendy and it may cost much less here in Philadelphia...
Anonymous Coward
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07/10/2006 08:32 PM
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Re: Dental question.
Doesn't make sense, her teeth will all fall out and be replaced by new teeth by the time she's 7-10 years old. However, I don't doubt your dentist recommended that. They are not the most ethical of professionals. Always get a second opinion when it comes to any major dental work. And do research online.
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No it makes sense. She'll have all the pain from untreated cavities in baby teeth as she would in adult teeth.
Anonymous Coward
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07/10/2006 08:38 PM
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Re: Dental question.
Did the dentist just buy a new boat or Mercedes 500?
Anonymous Coward
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07/10/2006 08:47 PM
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Re: Dental question.
Also, if this goes untreated the adult teeth will suffer development.





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