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Off for another cap on Monday!! My youngest grandson said I must have lots of money? I won't have if this carrys on its my third and it's now £233 let's hope I get my PIP it might just cover the dentist s bills!?

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Personally id get some pliers and give it a tug, might hurt a little/alot, but think of all those sweeties you could buy for your grand kids, they would love you mo4 and more, or at least till sweeties have gone. Fibromyalgia can cause problems with teeth, so if you have Fibromyalgia it might be worth telling the sadistic person who holds the pliers.

Good luck

Philip

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I've got RA and osteoporosis and it's something to do with my meds but thanks for you amusing reply

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I hope everything goes well for you.

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I hope everything goes well.

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Do you not get it on NHS?

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Yes you have to pay the maximum which is £233 I should be as thin as a latt as I get worried about eating it's the third one so I must be rich lol

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Must have been at least six months between them, or they should have been all done under one treatment cycle.

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And if you are on benefits, shouldn't it be free?

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I'm not on any benefits only DLA and have had to apply for Pip

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Sorry. Thought you might be,re your comment on pip. So trying to save you money😉. Also, when did you have your previous crowns? As I mentioned, if they are less than six months they should be classed as in the same course of treatment.

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It was September but I think it's within two months I couldn't be that lucky just hope it's the last!!!

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Lol. Amazing how a dentist can find another tooth that needs a crown, not long after your last treatment. Couldn't be anything to do with the fact they can claim another fee for it, rather than having to do both for the same single fee of course?? 😏😂😂😂

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Hello Fizbom,are you taking meds for osteoporosis because they can play havoc with your teeth?,l have an A A reclast infusion one a year and have been warned intrusive dental work would have to be done in hospital although I think thats for extractions,good luck xx

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Yes I am so think it could be that thanks for answer

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