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Posted by: xoxogabyxoxo  (6 years ago)
Okay so I have two cavities, one on my left side of my bottom teeth and on my right side...they have become deep and now I cant chew on my right side because it hurts so much..its hard to chew on my left side, its becoming deep, and I'm worried i wont be able to chew on that side either...im afraid to go to the dentist..what should i do..does it hurt to get a cavity filled in?
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Okay so I have two cavities, one on my left side of my bottom teeth and on my right side...they have become deep and now I cant chew on my right side because it hurts so much..its hard to chew on my left side, its becoming deep, and I'm worried i wont be able to chew on that side either...im afraid to go to the dentist..what should i do..does it hurt to get a cavity filled in?

You can either get fillings now, or wait and pay 6 times as much for root canals and crowns. It is up to you.

Take Ibuprofen or Naprosyn before your appointment, ask for a tranquilizer to take before your visit, and have gas during the appointment, and you probably will not feel a thing.

This will not go away by itself, it will only hurt more and cost more to treat. Don't delay. DO IT NOW!
Posted 6 years ago
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Brush thrice a day use moth wash thrice a day and all will be good.
Thank you
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Posted 6 years ago
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Brush thrice a day use moth wash thrice a day and all will be good.
Thank you
http://www.forumdental.com.au


Why do you give stupid advice like this? You know it will not eliminate her cavities!
Posted 6 years ago
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Posted by: xoxogabyxoxo  (6 years ago)
Thank You! but theres a couple of problems, my parents dont know about my cavities, i dont know how to tell them, and we dont have dental insurance so we dont have enough money, what should i do?
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are they holes or the the teeth is wearing away in the center??
Posted 6 years ago
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