I broke one of my teeth.

@marguicha (92072)
Chile
October 23, 2016 10:30pm CST
Today, as I was eating something that was not even hard, a piece of one of my molars fell off. It seems that I will have to leave some money every moonth for the dentist. All the time, something is happening lately. I will have to call tomorrow morning to have an appointment soon. My daughter will go away for a week with her husband and I will take care of the small kids with Carolina. What do you do besides swearing inwardly when things like that happen? Dentist is not usually within my budget
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@saulgoodman (2656)
• Dundee, Scotland
24 Oct 16
Sorry to hear about your molar mishap. Not nice thing to happen. Dentists are basically free here in Scotland for senior citizens or people receiving any form of welfare benefit. Hope you get an appointment soon.
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@marguicha (92072)
• Chile
24 Oct 16
In my country they are very expensive and not in any sort of health insurance.
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@vandana7 (63806)
• India
24 Oct 16
I will pray to god that in the next life I am born in scotland.
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• Dundee, Scotland
24 Oct 16
@vandana7 God watches over Scotland. St Andrew our Patron Saint claimed God created Scotland first.
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@TheSojourner (17448)
• United States
24 Oct 16
Um...I swear...outwardly. ;-) I'm so sorry that you have to deal with this. I hope it is not painful.
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@marguicha (92072)
• Chile
24 Oct 16
It is not painful, but I´m worried that several of my molars are having problems all at once. And I´m worried about the cost of it.
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• United States
24 Oct 16
@marguicha I would be, too. I've had some problems, as well. Damned the aging process!
@vandana7 (63806)
• India
24 Oct 16
Dentist is never in anybody's budget..:( But we let them have a free hand in our mouths I hate it when they ask me to open it wide...come on, if I could I would. Sorry about your molar..hugs.
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@marguicha (92072)
• Chile
24 Oct 16
Just when I had finished paying for another dental problem
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• New Delhi, India
24 Oct 16
Does it pain?
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@marguicha (92072)
• Chile
24 Oct 16
Not at all. But it herts my tongue with the edge.
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• New Delhi, India
24 Oct 16
@marguicha go and see your dentist at the earliest....the sharp edge can ulcerate your tongue
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@marguicha (92072)
• Chile
24 Oct 16
@amitkokiladitya I´m calling him tomorrow for an appointment.
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@allen0187 (33141)
• Philippines
24 Oct 16
So sorry you have to deal with this. I bet it hurt. I'm glad that my medical card covers it but really hate surprises like this.
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@marguicha (92072)
• Chile
24 Oct 16
In my country there´s no health insurance that covers dentists. And they are expensive.
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@allen0187 (33141)
• Philippines
25 Oct 16
@marguicha the company I work for have included dental expenses in our health coverage. We can get our teeth cleaned twice a year and we can get two teeth filled out in a year as well. You can actually get as many tooth extractions as you need in a year but I haven't heard anyone, availing this service. I guess it hurt too much!
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@youless (91098)
• Guangzhou, China
24 Oct 16
I am sorry to hear that. Today going to see the dentist is expensive. In fact this year I also spent time and money to fix my tooth. Finally I can take a break after it is settled.
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@marguicha (92072)
• Chile
24 Oct 16
I hadn´t had many problems for a long time. Now it seems that my teeth are crumbling.
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@dfollin (12732)
• United States
24 Oct 16
Well unless you can find a remedy for what happens, then all you can do is swear inwardly. I hope that you can get to the dentist soon.
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@marguicha (92072)
• Chile
24 Oct 16
I have an appointment for the dentist tomorrow after lunch.