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getting some new teeth

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sealevel

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so tomorrow i am going in and getting a new set of teeth store bought
....a group of friends were asking how much they were going to cost ....not much at all. just the cost of getting them pulled .....because my son has 3d printed the gums . and i have been saving deers teeth . i will just apoxy the deer teeth to the plastic gums and a new set of teeth . cheep....haha couple of them started to get sick .
 

Big Lew

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so tomorrow i am going in and getting a new set of teeth store bought
....a group of friends were asking how much they were going to cost ....not much at all. just the cost of getting them pulled .....because my son has 3d printed the gums . and i have been saving deers teeth . i will just apoxy the deer teeth to the plastic gums and a new set of teeth . cheep....haha couple of them started to get sick .
Can’t be much worse than the last set of chompers a supposed experienced technician made for me.
 

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A three tooth bridge quote coupla weeks ago $4500-5,000 here in BC. I didn't even bother to ask about implants. From what I hear many Canadians get pricey work done in Mexico for much less than here.
 

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A three tooth bridge quote coupla weeks ago $4500-5,000 here in BC. I didn't even bother to ask about implants. From what I hear many Canadians get pricey work done in Mexico for much less than here.
While I came back into Arizona from shopping across the border I saw several people waiting in line with swollen and bleeding mouths. Apparently there are many ‘quicky shops where they push customers through as fast as they can, knowing there’s little likelihood they will be coming back.


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PortSide

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While I came back into Arizona from shopping across the border I saw several people waiting in line with swollen and bleeding mouths. Apparently there are many ‘quicky shops where they push customers through as fast as they can, knowing there’s little likelihood they will be coming back.


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A good point Lew. Due diligence in all things. Go to any dentist only on referral from a trusted friend/relative... even in this country.
 
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have had ''uppers'' since I was 15.
got my last new set in 2012 when I retired.... covered by company medical........sure miss the ''plan'' now..........never had any issues with dentures...love steak. and if you eat at ''JIM'S'' ....he don't skimp on the size:Oh Yeah!::Oh Yeah!::Oh Yeah!::Yee Ha: !!! although it was very tender....
got my government hearing aids thru WORKSAFE B.C. hell,they cost as much as a decent,older
FORD f-150.....no cost to me....free batteries for life and a check-up every 6 months,if I deem it necessary....... figured I ''won'' this one :ROFL:
 
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