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Old 04-06-2011, 09:50 AM   #11
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There is no way any dentist would put a bridge on a 7 year old. If yours is I would encourage you to seek another for a second opinion.

Look for a dentist that does anastasia dentistry. Hook that kid up with some Monkey perfume and they were never know what happened.
I will talk to her again before the procedure about the bridge because that is my thoughts too. Thanks
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I will talk to her again before the procedure about the bridge because that is my thoughts too. Thanks
It's probably not a bridge but a 'spacer' so the teeth don't start closing a gap that will be needed for the adult teeth to grow in properly. Just my guess.
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It's probably not a bridge but a 'spacer' so the teeth don't start closing a gap that will be needed for the adult teeth to grow in properly. Just my guess.
You are correct, but she did use both terms. I told her that I do not want them and she asked me nicely why. I responded that I don't think they are necessary and I cannot afford them. She told me that if that is the case, she will will do them for free (she did 3, including an old one)! Those 3 would have cost me $750 easy plus around $1,000 from my insurance IIRC.

Still waiting for the final bill from her and the anesthesiologist...
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You are correct, but she did use both terms. I told her that I do not want them and she asked me nicely why. I responded that I don't think they are necessary and I cannot afford them. She told me that if that is the case, she will will do them for free (she did 3, including an old one)! Those 3 would have cost me $750 easy plus around $1,000 from my insurance IIRC.

Still waiting for the final bill from her and the anesthesiologist...
Good dentist. Keep her!! I know it's expensive but it is very important to keep those spaces open for the adult teeth. Remember, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. You did the right thing.
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A spacer makes perfect sense to me now. Thanks for clearing that up.

I am in for a world of hurt with my sons teeth.
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You are correct, but she did use both terms. I told her that I do not want them and she asked me nicely why. I responded that I don't think they are necessary and I cannot afford them. She told me that if that is the case, she will will do them for free (she did 3, including an old one)!
Seriously? You should keep her as a kid's dentist & send her a thank you card attached to a fruit basket (or a box of her favorite ammo if you know it).
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