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Dental Progress FTW!

Posted 10-10-2009 at 08:54 AM by Globalastro
For those of you who have been following my teeth...ugh thread in the health section and want more info, or those just finding out about my dental problems more recently, you can go here: for a full account of what's going on, what caused it, etc.

Where it stands, i had all of my teeth pulled on tuesday. Yes folks, all 32 of them pulled in one sitting. Now, 5 days later, things are going well. The biggest obstical is drinking and NOT drooling. Amazingly, there is no pain, just minor... very very irritating discomfort. (by very very irritating, i just mean, its really annoying) caused by the itch of the healing process.

For the past few days, i've been eating pudding, applesauce and yogurt non stop. I go for a followup on tuesday, and then will find out more about getting dentures.

When i got the teeth pulled, i had been given a rough estimate of $1200 for dentures

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  1. Torikakae's Avatar
    Yikes! That's quite a hefty sum. Does your insurance cover that?
    Posted 10-10-2009 at 09:01 AM by Torikakae Torikakae is offline
  2. Sandrie's Avatar
    Ouch >< I hope everything goes well for you.
    Posted 10-10-2009 at 12:51 PM by Sandrie Sandrie is offline
  3. Mitchi's Avatar
    Drinking straws are your friend o3o
    Posted 10-10-2009 at 10:43 PM by Mitchi Mitchi is offline
  4. Globalastro's Avatar
    @Torikakae, I'm doing it through a clinic which does not involve my insurance, they are normally 3000 or more and my dental will only cover 1k a year, so it's more beneficial for me to do it without insurance through the clinic.

    @Mitchi drinking straws are the enemy during the healing process of extractions. The suction can cause blood clots to come out and cause dry socket. not a pleasant thing to experience from what i hear
    Posted 10-10-2009 at 11:56 PM by Globalastro Globalastro is offline
  5. Mitchi's Avatar
    wow, I didn't know that O_o
    Posted 10-11-2009 at 08:39 AM by Mitchi Mitchi is offline
  6. Torikakae's Avatar
    Ahh, but that's still a lot of money. Here's hoping for your quick and -relatively- painless recovery!
    Posted 10-12-2009 at 05:30 AM by Torikakae Torikakae is offline
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