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15-01-2018, 02:54 PM
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Did the tooth fairy leave you 50p under your pillow?
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15-01-2018, 02:58 PM
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It seems like no-one has remembered the real bonus.
If you put the tooth under your pillow tonight, the tooth fairy will leave you a nice shiny sixpence!
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15-01-2018, 03:31 PM
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Hi

I lost the vast majority of my teeth as a teenager, kicked out by a cow I was calving.

The rest I lost as a result of another Injury in my 30 itses.

No more expensive visits to the Dentists

No pain, no cost and I can eat everything.

No need to take them out at night and only 5 mins cleaning a day.

I am very happy with them.
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15-01-2018, 04:11 PM
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I had my first extraction recently. Then I got an abscess!
My whole face was so painful!
I would not wish that on anyone.
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15-01-2018, 05:16 PM
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I had my first extraction recently. Then I got an abscess!
My whole face was so painful!
I would not wish that on anyone.
I can commiserate with you there.

I once had an abscess in a front upper tooth. I was in the middle of B&Q when I suddenly doubled over in pain. Fortunately, it passed quickly.

When I went to the dentist he suggested it would be best out as there wasn't much viable root left. He gave me antibiotics first to calm down the infection, then came the day. I had the usual anaesthetic injection and out came the pliers. Thinking I'd feel nothing, I hit the ceiling. Apparently, infection and abscesses greatly reduce the effectiveness of an anaesthetic.

I wish I'd had gas, but apparently they don't do that any more.
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15-01-2018, 06:29 PM
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It seems like no-one has remembered the real bonus.
If you put the tooth under your pillow tonight, the tooth fairy will leave you a nice shiny sixpence!

Yes . where do they get this 50p from, I gt 6d and that was not for everyone. I even tried pulling some out to 6ds
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15-01-2018, 06:30 PM
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Originally Posted by swimfeeders ->
Hi

I lost the vast majority of my teeth as a teenager, kicked out by a cow I was calving.

The rest I lost as a result of another Injury in my 30 itses.

No more expensive visits to the Dentists

No pain, no cost and I can eat everything.

No need to take them out at night and only 5 mins cleaning a day.

I am very happy with them.
How do they fit in then
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15-01-2018, 07:06 PM
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How do they fit in then
Hi

Moulded to fit my jaw, they look completely natural and I can eat anything.

I simply brush them twice a day and have them adjusted every two years as I get older.
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15-01-2018, 07:36 PM
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Yes . where do they get this 50p from, I gt 6d and that was not for everyone. I even tried pulling some out to 6ds
50p? Is that the going rate now?
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No it's a pound at least
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