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paiktis22
07-04-2005, 15:37:56
310 euros to de-sensitivize a tooth? (not counting crown etc) I think that's waaaaay to much...

Venom
07-04-2005, 15:46:01
Me and my hammer will desensitize your tooth for $50.

Venom
07-04-2005, 15:50:39
Me and Mjööllnir are moving into dentistry.

Fistandantilus
07-04-2005, 16:03:35
I tell you what is too much. Try go to Rome this week, enter a bar and buy a bottle of water.

4€ for half a liter of water. That's way too much.

Btw, yes, 310 euros is definitely an absurd sum for desensitize a tooth. Your dentist is a thief :p

Accept Venom's offer.

King_Ghidra
07-04-2005, 16:04:01
de-sensitivize? what do you mean, replace a filling?

that's a horrendous price

Tizzy
07-04-2005, 16:07:25
Pull it out, that'll desensitize it

paiktis22
07-04-2005, 16:09:40
I mean root canal work. But without the crown. That will cost me even more. I don't know I think it's very expensive. I heard that he's a good doctor but.... come on...?

paiktis22
07-04-2005, 16:16:40
I will never look the wrong way someone with bad teeth again.

King_Ghidra
07-04-2005, 16:19:20
actually for root canal work it's probably a decent price, i think my sister was quoted c. 400 euros in brussels for that

in the actual event the dental nurse fainted during the procedure :D

paiktis22
07-04-2005, 16:23:24
Originally posted by King_Ghidra
actually for root canal work it's probably a decent price, i think my sister was quoted c. 400 euros in brussels for that

in the actual event the dental nurse fainted during the procedure :D

:D

I assume you mean 400 euros just for the root canal. Not for the crown etc.

Ok, I can take a breath now. Doesn't fill my pockets but it's something to know they haven't ripped me off completely.