I have had so much dental work i have been to a bad dentist he broke a root canal file off in my gum and told me it would be fine. He was giving me good prices beacause he was just starting his practice and i trusted him it would not ever bother me he said it was titanium and my body would not reject it . Then a couple years later my gum started hurting right where that file broke and then some crowns that he did come off he drilled the holes in my teeth so big my teeth cracked and i lost those teeth had to pull them and get bridges then i was suffering from major depression had two deaths in my family less than a year apart and did not take care of my teeth until i was to a point were i wanted to live again and have a life and now my teeth are to bad to fix. I can't afford US dental prices dose anybody know a good dentist in Mexico i want to get the all on 4 dental implants upper and lowerView Thread
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