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Postby Stargzer » Sun Apr 03, 2005 1:25 am

tcward wrote:Oh, Katy, preach to me, sister! I totally agree about that "pickax"... Surely a device of the Devil! :P

-Tim


I remember one of the first extractions I underwent at the Dental School in Baltimore. The student was having a hard time extracting a molar, so the instructor told him to "get an elevator and try working it out with that." As she said this she made an up-and-down motion with her hand. Later, I said to her, "Let me guess: elevator is a code-word for pry-bar." She smiled at me. The novocaine did work, and I think I only needed some 800 mg ibuprofen for that one, but I usually picked up a Tylenol-3 with Codeine just in case . . .
Regards//Larry

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Re: Root Canal

Postby Kiri_09 » Wed Dec 25, 2013 1:09 am

That’s interesting to read. I have to go to dentist Torrance,for root canal of two teeth. I hate going to dentist. However, for my dental health, I have to compromise with my likes. Anyways, after reading this stuff, I am feeling that dental treatments are not that terrible.
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Re: Root Canal

Postby Perry Lassiter » Wed Dec 25, 2013 4:18 pm

Louisiana may be ahead in something good for a change! I've confined myself to two guys who have never hurt me. I did discover I was hurting myself by tightening my stomach. When I relaxed it, nothing was hurting! Agree I don't like the taste, but they're pretty good at giving you a water spray now and then.
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Re: Root Canal

Postby Philip Hudson » Fri Jan 03, 2014 1:32 am

Endodontists and maxillofacial surgeons are in a fight to the death over root canal surgery. The only tool an endodontist has is a drill. The only tool a maxillofacial surgeon has is a huge pair of pliers. They both charge a mort of money. May the best profession win!

PS: My son is a maxillofacial surgeon.
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