I have really horrible teeth but I can’t afford the dentist, what should I do?

hi i have really horrible teeth i have broken teeth at the back, plus i have a denture which is a different colour to my own teeth i cant afford to go to dentist what shall i do.
Dear Enquirer,
You will need to see a dentist who can help you with your broken teeth and dentures.
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April 17th, 2011 at 08:47 PM
jackie Says :

I have really bad teeth I have had problems all mt life now my front teeth are decaying there is one that is broke in the corner and is black on the inside…can you please tell me my options. What does insurance cover if anything ??

May 26th, 2011 at 08:47 PM
Rory Says :

i have numerous broken and missing teeth, the rest are discloured. could you suggest an appropiate treatment and approximate costing for any work. Iamalso extremely scared of dentists, but feel completely embrassed about thestate of my mouth. I also have gum disease and bad breath. how would you relieve my anxiety and reduce my stress levels?

May 26th, 2011 at 08:47 PM
Landen Says :

i have mostly crowns. i have a few missig teeth but the front top one is acrown and the root s broken. my teeth suddenly started breaking off suffering after i had course of zoladex without calcium supplment,I need the toothextracting and would like an implant/bridge whatever rather than a false tooth as i have other health robs and have enough going on without having tomess with false teeth daily. i would also like a quote to see how much myother crowns would cost to be replaced with white ones though i probably wont be able to afford that.

June 1st, 2011 at 08:47 PM
Keshawn Says :

My teeth are in a bad state, gums are in very poor condition and my top teeth are crooked. I am a very very nervous patient so have avoided the dentist. But the state of my teeth are affecting my confidence. I have been quoted for bridges but I dont want that I want them removed and a denture put in. Is that possible ? My Mum has had a denture since 15yrs old and with no problems. I would like the same for my top teeth. What would be the approx cost and is it possible. My canine teeth are prominent but in good condition, the rest are very poor. Your advice would be appreciated thank you.

June 14th, 2011 at 08:47 PM
Isis Says :

my teeth are in a terrible state.. i find my self being very embarressed and too shy to see a dentist. i find the problem affecting my life now as im ashamed to smile and i dont want to be a bad influence on my daughter who is 8 months. my teeth are very wonky, i have 1 missing on the top left which is very visible, and the top right i have 1 chiped and very loose. the problem is i cant afford private dentistry and the basic dentistry they will do i fear will leave me looking even worse. i need help the longer there left the worse there getting.

June 14th, 2011 at 08:47 PM
Jakob Says :

Even the basic dentistry will improve them so if yoy can’t afford private treatment ask an NHS dentist to look at them for you

April 23rd, 2012 at 08:47 PM
Desiree Says :

I have a crown which should really be replaced but I had problems the last time it was replaced and I think it may not work next time as the post cannot be made any longer. This tooth is the second one in to my left. It seems that this crown has actually pushed my front tooth backwards with the front tooth on my left now overlapping the one on the right as they are slightly overcrowded. What would be the best option, veneers across all of the top and leave the bottom as these are not particularly noticeable? If so how secure are they in remaining in place?

April 23rd, 2012 at 08:47 PM
Davis Says :

You might be able to have veneers on the other teeth but if you’ve had a post crown the tooth cannot be veneered. You have to consider an implant or a bridge instead for this tooth

May 2nd, 2012 at 08:47 PM
Derek Says :

Hello I would like to know how much approximately veneers cost. It would be to get my top teeth sorted out, like capped-veneers or something? Just want to no the cheaper option really. Please let me know ASAP. I just don’t know how to go about getting it done, so thought I would try this and see if it works, cheers

May 2nd, 2012 at 08:47 PM
Cameron Says :

Consider veneers or crowns at around £500 per tooth

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