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Posted by: stillwell  (4 years ago)
hello, my name is krysta, and i noticed the back of my front teeth are slightly rotting, my family has a history of gum problems, i dont hae insurince and im not sure what to do, i dont want my teeth to fall out i try to brush my teeth 2 or more times a day and im just worried is there anything i can do it help it or possible do you have any dental plans for people without health insurance?
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Tooth decay is a disease process where acids created by specific types of oral bacteria cause damage to the calcified tissues of a tooth
 
Posted 4 years ago
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hello, my name is krysta, and i noticed the back of my front teeth are slightly rotting, my family has a history of gum problems, i dont hae insurince and im not sure what to do, i dont want my teeth to fall out i try to brush my teeth 2 or more times a day and im just worried is there anything i can do it help it or possible do you have any dental plans for people without health insurance?


There is no other option except going to the dentist. Other people are uninsured and they go. A third of my patients are uninsured.

Individual dental plans are uniformly a bad investment and not worth the money.

If you have more time than money and live fairly close to a dental school, that could be an option for you. Otherwise, find an ex-military dentist who can do large silver amalgam fillings on back teeth instead of crowns, which cost a whole lot more money.
Posted 4 years ago
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We tackle number of patients without insurance. It is not a big deal. As you discussed your problem, according to it you should see a doctor.

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Posted 4 years ago
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Why don't you consult a good dental hospital and i think if you don't consult one soon then this is going to spread further and may harm your other teeth too.
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Posted 4 years ago
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I think you should go to your dentist and do proper treatment.
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