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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.

Vermonter
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