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Hi capricornlibragirl,

Did the dentist take another a new xray or a panoramic xray?

What was his diagnosis?

Bryanna


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Originally Posted by capricornlibragorl View Post
I will bring this up to the oral surgeon. A dentist performed my extraction and I don't think he should have, to be honest. They performed x-rays on me when I first went to the OS to check for any root fragments or bits left behind. They saw nothing.
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