The When It Hasn’t Been Your Day Your Week Your Month Or Even Your Year 2020 But I’ll Be There For You Nurse. Never had this happen with a nurse, but a dental hygienist helped me out in a similar fashion. Had a dentist tell me I was going to need to have bone grafts. Done after my wisdom teeth were extracted. I guess I should say he was a dentist/oral surgeon. Anyway, I was internally freaking out because I couldn’t afford that as it was not covered by insurance. When he walked away for a minute the hygienist very discreetly, like literally under her breath. Told me I did not require to have bone grafts, especially if.
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I didn’t plan the When It Hasn’t Been Your Day Your Week Your Month Or Even Your Year 2020 But I’ll Be There For You Nurse on replacing my wisdom teeth with implants or whatever they’re called. Apparently it was just his M. O. to not only suggest that people always got the bone grafts done, but made it seem necessary no matter what the situation was after having any tooth extraction. Dentists are the worst at this. I had half (?!?!) of my wisdom teeth removed. Another dentist later asked me why and said he didn’t believe it was necessary. I agree. I’ve not had my wisdom teeth removed yet (I’m 20) as they don’t cause me any pain whatsoever. I would understand if he had recommended the one that came in almost sideways, but all of em seemed sketch.