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By StupidDentist - / Monday 20 June 2011 19:21 / United States
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  SuperCassie  |  0

i agree with 52. novocine is not needed when the cavities are still incipient. Btw, i guess the special paste your dentist gave you was a topical anesthesia. Which is only given to numb the gums prior to injecting the novocaine. It really doesnt help when drilling. either your dentist is a dumbass or s cheapass. Find a new dentist.

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  AbuelaGrande  |  0

oh because I go to dentist and he do the fillings on me and the fillings they do not feel good so what he do is he pinch my mouth or he give me a shot and ay ay ay Dios Mio pero eso duele mucho! then he go and do the drilling but a year later the drilling come out and I say hey this no good.

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  kristylew03  |  1

So many shitty dentists out there. The last filling I got he didn't use enough to completely numb me so I had to stop him halfway through to give me another shot, and he cut the side of my mouth somehow. I feel your pain to some degree.

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  I_iz_B_a_troll  |  23

I hate dentists. I never even brush my teeth and my teeth are perfect, so I'm never going to a dentist again :D if I end up losing all my teeth imma be like george and make en out of wood! hells to the yeah :D

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  gmc_blossom  |  21

"We'll give you some Novocaine, that tooth I'll be fine in a minute or two. But he stuck that needle down deep in my gum, and he started drilling, before I was numb...Some beach...somewhere.." 0-0

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  brainiac94  |  0

I normally say something obnoxious about op on this site, but this fml leaves me at a loss for words. all I can say is that fucking sucks, and I seriously feel your pain

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  Veraymix  |  6

115, I really don't believe that's the answer all the time, but if it ever turned out bad and he injured OP or caused some sort of problem (which obviously he didn't) then as a professional he should be held responsible.

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Never mind, I answered my own question. they still get the title. :P "A dentist is not a doctor of medicine (MD), or a doctor of osteopathy (DO), but instead follows a different path toward becoming medically proficient in caring for teeth and gums. In most cases, such training, which results in either a doctor of dental surgery (DDS) title, or doctor of dental medicine (DMD) degree. The abbreviation DMD comes from the Latin name, Dentariae Medicinae Doctor."

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  deliciouscake  |  3

^^^ that was only about four or five sentences and took me 10 seconds to read. I feel sorry for your teachers, your tutors, and the computer you're using. I had a harder time reading your comment than his.

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  Pawned71  |  0

My physician got free money off of my visit twice on my foot problem. She subscribed two medicine subscriptions and it didn't heal in a month when she said it is supposed to in one week.

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  GummyJellyfish  |  12

Doctors aren't stupid, not all of them at least. It's healthier for the body to use a numbing gel, if a cavity is small you can get away with just using the or zero numbing completely.

By  mrmrmrman  |  6

so it hurt when he drilled you?

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