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Subject:  Re: Dentistry Costs For Retirees Date:  9/17/2019  4:20 PM
Author:  telegraph Number:  21390 of 21572

Vermonter:"It costs $$$ for dental work nowadays -- especially if we retirees have no coverage, as we may have when we were working.

Have folks here experienced seeking a "second opinion" for a specific issue, one that may cause you to change dentists totally (which is probable if you get ANYTHING done elsewhere, of course)?

I did that once, years ago, and was happy to change. No big deal. The new one simply requested records and off we went.

Just wondering what others have experienced."


My good friend Charlie used to take a vacation down along the Mexican border and get his tooth work done at 25% or less of the cost of US Mexico.....

Around's expensive......

so brush your teeth...and only have to floss the teeth you want to keep.......

I'm at the point where my original fillings from decades ago are going bad and needing refilling...... and I had a pile of them.....before fluoride.....

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