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magiccarpet
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anyone have it?
how did you find a good place?
what did you have done?
was it worth it?
how much was it and where did you have it?
i want teeth like this
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I just went to the dentist!
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cool, but im only interested in cosmetic dentistry
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cool, but im only interested in cosmetic dentistry
Sorry.
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cool, but im only interested in cosmetic dentistry
That's great.
My dentist (non cosmetic) is called Dr Pang - isn't that a brilliant name for a dentist?
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That's great.
My dentist (non cosmetic) is called Dr Pang - isn't that a brilliant name for a dentist?
Really? Where's he from? :| :rolleyes:
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Really? Where's he from? :| :rolleyes:
Not sure. I think Oriental origin. He's a great dentist though, really doesn't live up to his name at all.
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Sorry.
thats ok :top: i just wanted veneers or filing down of my teeth but i don think my NHS one will do it
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You could file them down yourself! Or just stick white paper on them instead of veneers
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You could file them down yourself! Or just stick white paper on them instead of veneers
i tried filing them with a wood chisel but the filing vibrated against my jaw and i was scared it would make the tooth fall out!

and i don think paper will taket nice
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You wouldn't be eating the paper. and pull your teeth out with pliers before filing them next time
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Depends what you mean by cosmetic. A couple of years ago my dentist pointed out that my teeth don't line up and I have a slight underbite, and recommended having braces to correct this - which would have been on the NHS. I eventually decided I liked my wonky teeth and rejected this suggestion.
Why do you want stuff doing to your teeth anyway?
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i've had a wire brace, a fixed brace and a retainer, but one of my lower teeth is for some reaseon become alot taller than the other. it looks weird and i want it shorter but it doesnt affect my bite so i cant get on NHS
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Um...have you discussed it with your dentist? S/he might say that they'll even out in a few months or something, so you wouldn't have to worry about it.
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