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Help and advice about dentist

anthony123 Community member Posts: 2 Listener
Hi everyone nice to meet you all. I'm in q bit of a pickle. Iv neglected my teeth due to self neglecting them I was taking zopiclone daily for 3 years no review etc these make you forget alot. I'm also not blaming my doctor. Anyway my teeth are so disgusting broken in have or they've broken to the point they're just about above my gums. It worries me. I'm just wondering if I found a dentist on the NHS would he have to treat Me if I became one of accepted nhs patients. I think it would be band 3 I would have to pay for etc. I'm 29 sonic not brushed for a while I have pain buy its not bothering me as much as it did 2 years ago 



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