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In the top left Of my mouth, the 2 very back teeth are chipping away and falling out and leaving holes in my mouth, they hurt when I eat and when air gets into it, i haven't went to the dentist yet but I don't know what this is? Could someone help me?
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Don't guess what this is. See a dentist.
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Don't guess what this is. See a dentist.
Couldn't put this any better
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get professional help- got to the dentist
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(Original post by _lily123)
In the top left Of my mouth, the 2 very back teeth are chipping away and falling out and leaving holes in my mouth, they hurt when I eat and when air gets into it, i haven't went to the dentist yet but I don't know what this is? Could someone help me?
Time to get yourself an appointment with the dentist ASAP, maybe even a more emergent one. We can't advise on what it could be. Moved to Health for you
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(Original post by _lily123)
In the top left Of my mouth, the 2 very back teeth are chipping away and falling out and leaving holes in my mouth, they hurt when I eat and when air gets into it, i haven't went to the dentist yet but I don't know what this is? Could someone help me?
If I were you I would call 111 now for advice. Might be that you need to see an out of hours dentist before things get any worse. Failing that, call your dentist first thing.
Clearly there is something going on back there and a dentist is the only one who can work out what and sort it out. No use speculating, just go see a dentist ASAP.
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Time to get yourself an appointment with the dentist ASAP, maybe even a more emergent one. We can't advise on what it could be. Moved to Health for you
(Original post by Kindred)
If I were you I would call 111 now for advice. Might be that you need to see an out of hours dentist before things get any worse. Failing that, call your dentist first thing.
Clearly there is something going on back there and a dentist is the only one who can work out what and sort it out. No use speculating, just go see a dentist ASAP.
Unless it's massively bleeding, a threat to life or you have a lot of money, it's not worth calling an out of hours dentist because they're incredibly expensive. This is a problem and needs to be treated, but it's nothing that can't be treated in normal practice hours with normal charges applied.
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Unless it's massively bleeding, a threat to life or you have a lot of money, it's not worth calling an out of hours dentist because they're incredibly expensive. This is a problem and needs to be treated, but it's nothing that can't be treated in normal practice hours with normal charges applied.
Out of hours use the same pricing system as the rest of the NHS as far as I'm aware. I may be wrong though so thanks for the input.
Anyway calling 111 is free so I would suggest they do that if they are concerned so they can offer advice. They may well be told it's not a matter for out of hours and to just call their dentist in the morning.

edit: I'll leave this here for anybody questioning the cost. It's apparently £18.80.
http://www.nhs.uk/NHSEngland/AboutNH...-services.aspx
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