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I like going to the dentists. I drink a massive amount of Coke and when I last visited my dentist in June he said that my teeth were in excellent condition. So for those who say Coke rots your teeth, fuck you.

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I was just tucking into some serious gourmet shit type chips. I always make sure my chips are well done and crispy, and this was no exception. Anyway, as I was chewing I noticed there was these hard little pieces that were more than just crispy pieces of chip.


I spat them out, and they appeared to be some kind of china or enamel type substance. I was pissed off, and was weighing up whether to take them back to the shop there and then. Then I felt something sticking in the side of my cheek. It was as though a bit of it was wedged into the top of my gum. But it wasn't hurting, which was strange.


A quick poke around with my tongue revealed - to my horror - that it was nothing to do with the chips, half of my tooth had broken off. It doesn't hurt, but the whole outer casing of enamel has come off, and there's just a horrible brown stump left. The inside part of the tooth (the side facing the inside of my mouth) is fine, but the outside bit is gone.


So I'm now shitting myself because a) I hate going the dentists, and b) I'm thinking at any time the nerve could be exposed and I'll be left in a whole world of pain.

careful with an abcess!.. they are crying out pain!

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If its NHS and they have to pull the tooth it should cost nothing. But if they can save the tooth it will cost a fair few quid. Also NHS dentists now often make you sign up to a dental plan which will mean shelling out on a regular basis.


As a man who had tooth pain a few weeks ago, I'd say get it sorted straight away, its the worst pain I've ever experienced.

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