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By Toothy. - / Saturday 25 July 2009 04:21 / Australia
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It's not the dentist's fault that you have weak teeth. YDI for eating lots of sweets, daddy's lil girl.

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I'd like to see a dentist verify this is even possible before I blame him. It looks extremely suspicious on the OP's part that a dentist can crack a tooth in half while trying to extract a cavity...

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yeah, YDI for having cavities for either eating too many sweets or just not brushing your teeth right. and the cavities make it hard anyway, since they're literally holes in your teeth...i mean, drill to close to it and it's bound to happen. not the dentist's fault.

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teeth have nerves you would have felt it and been screaming in pain, my tooth was worn down near the nerve an whenever I ate it was painful

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Trust me, 103, if OP is under anesthetic, he/she won't feel a thing. And it is possible, if in the right spot. I was eating something and suddenly, CRACK! My tooth just split and I had to have a crown put on it.

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Not necessarily. There are some people whose body chemistry makes them get cavities, no matter what they do (something my dentist told me).

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My teeth have more groves than usual in them so I can't brush them that well. So it might not be that she does't floss.

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This would definitely come under 'Dental Negligence,' which I do believe you are able to claim compensation for in Australia.

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