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no teeth

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 15, 2007
  • 09:09 PM

I was training at ice skating last month when a little boy went in front of me and i tripped doing a jump.
i was going quite fast so i smashed my face into the barrier and then back onto the ice i lost all but 2 of my teeth , one of the other 2 went through my bottom lip and was cracked so that wasn't much use.
I now only have one full tooth.

I could either have 'false' teeth where they are fitted and look like real teeth or i could have implants.
They both sound painful and i wonderd if anyone could tell me in more detail than my dentist what implants are because i don't want false teeth because i'm only 15.
Any information appreciated :(

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  • wow, i'm so sorry to hear that happened to you!! i don't know much about this subject, because i haven't heard of somebody losing ALL of their teeth before like that. but i think implants are the most realistic and the most reliable way to go. good luck!!brittyn
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  • I am sorry too but you need to have teeth. I could recommend you dentalpoland for nive implants and a lot cheaper than you expect. Hope you will be ok!
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • September 29, 2009
    • 07:55 PM
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