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NHS Dentist says he can't access my upper left wisdom tooth to extract it, do I need a second opinion?

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Answer #1 | 20/12 2013 11:51
that dentist of your is or lazy or incapable of his profession find another dentist that will extract that tooth. Its a bit complicated sugery, he may extract your tooth while you laying down in horizontal position and he must cut a bit more of your gums and he must use some other instruments to take that tooth. If you dont get rid of this tooth he can cause you troubles with other teeth, jaw, exe, ear or sinuses. So go for another opinion.
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