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Old 12-17-2012, 04:31 AM   #64
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Originally Posted by gr8grins View Post
Those look to be poorly done restorations. You definitely got the goods for which you paid. Of larger concern to you should be the raging periodontal infection you appear to have that is contributing to your early demise. More than likely due in part to recurrent decay and/or poorly adapted margins on your crowns. (crappy hygiene and dentistry).
Seriously, for the sake of your health and family you should go see a dentist that is actually a dentist. That infection is literally killing you. Find the American Heart Association website and search for gum disease related to heart disease.
We motorcyclists have enough risks, don't let poorly done dentistry and periodontal disease cut short your riding career.
I'm not kidding.

You nailed it there doc! Again, you get what you pay for. It's sad these people travel across the boarder for work. Let along shoddy work, how about the risk of hepatitis or HIV? They have no recourse should they come down with a disease! We have to test our sterilizers every week. What is Mexico's rules?

The periodontal disease is a huge concern this gentleman should have! His extra weight he is carrying, plus the perio disease is a candidate for heart attack. Please as the doc advised, have it checked out. We don't want anything to happen to a fellow adv rider!
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