i am only 23 and i am having a lot of women issues. but could this cause my teeth to breadk off
i have lot 2 fellings and broke 3 teeth and i know i have a lot of cavites are they any thing anybody
can tell me about this?
i have no dental ins any sugg?
no "women issues" will not damage your teeth. poor dental hygiene and lack of dental care with a tad of genetics thrown in case dental problems. most dentists offer payment plans or have credit agencies that will offer payment plans. i dont have insurance either so i usually deal with one problem at a time and pay as i go. dental schools sometimes offer reduced rates but this sometimes involves travel and the rates arent that much cheaper anymore. (dental school rates have increased quite a bit over the years). sometimes churches or privately run charities will help if you are ineligible for government programs.
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