I need extensive dental work need in house financing?

Question by nwatkins_79: I need extensive dental work need in house financing?
I am a single mom and do not have enough established credit to get a card. Most of what I need are root canals and crowns. I was quoted 12,000. I have insurance but they only cover 1,000 a year. I am in pain and the dentist said if I dont fix them now it will be to late to save them. Does anyone know a dentist in the Atlanta GA area that will work with you. And not up charge everything I can only affort about 200 a month.
Thanks,

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Answer by s0ul_exp0sed
thats sad, i wish i knew something or somebody that could help ya.

there are people on this earth that have a home in cali, a home in ny, a home in florida, a home in aspen, 6 cars to their name, motorboats, cellphones, laptops, plasma tvs,

but someone with nerve shattering pain cant make it go away. Im broke, and in the red, but if iwas in the black, id help out.

if i was you, id dentist shop till i couldnt shop no more. beg em, someone will listen

good luck

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Q&A: do you know of any dentists in oakland county mich.that donate their services?

Question by loveelyn: do you know of any dentists in oakland county mich.that donate their services?
dentists that donate services for low income seniors

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Q&A: do you know of any dentists in oakland county mich.that donate their services?

Question by loveelyn: do you know of any dentists in oakland county mich.that donate their services?
dentists that donate services for low income seniors

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Answer by Glenn M
Check out the Oakland County Health Dental Program at the link below. If that doesn’t help, there are other programs also listed on the page. For others reading this:

Many dentists contribute materials and/or services, but the list can change at any time. To find out what is available in your area, call your
1. Call several local dentists, explain the problem, and ask if they know where you might go.
2. If you are looking for dentures, call several dental labs, explain the problem, and ask where you might go.
3. Check with your local health department. Ask for a social worker, explain the problem and ask for any referrals, or any free or low-cost clinics.
4. Check with your local pastor, rabbi or spiritual advisor.
5. Check with ocal nursing/retirement homes for referrals.
Hope this helps to keep you smiling.

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Q&A: What does the latest science say about mercury amalgam tooth fillings–are they safe or not?

Question by writerdude99: What does the latest science say about mercury amalgam tooth fillings–are they safe or not?
I see a lot of stuff on the Internet from people who claim that mercury amalgam fillings are unsafe because they leak or give off microscopic traces of mercury gas. However, I’ve been able to find solid, research backed evidence that contradicts the American Dental Association’s assertions that amalgam fillings have never been shown to cause any harm to human beings. I would especially appreciate responses from dental professionals and chemistry majors who might know a thing or two about toxicology.

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Answer by LuckyChucky
I think the mercury in my mouth kills bacteria that would otherwise destroy the enamel on my teeth.

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