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Old 7th January 2008, 17:30
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I read an article yesterday saying that Scots make up the largest percentage of "Dental Tourists" in Poland . . . Supposedly because it's so hard to get a dentist here. I might try it myself actually.

With regard to the original post . . . ?
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Old 11th March 2008, 23:11
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420 miles -thats unreal
i thought Scotland was only 200 miles wide

a kid in usa 12 needed tooth pulled but they didnt and he got abscess then brain damage and operation and died anyway-cost 250000 dollars

usa wackos could never get together on a dental plan -we are such losers

i dont see why there or here there is such a desire to give free health to smokers drinkers or over eaters -or put them at the back of the line or tax all those things more

dental they should cover
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Old 11th March 2008, 23:14
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root canals can go wrong and not work
id just get it pulled
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Old 11th March 2008, 23:31
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420 miles -thats unreal
i thought Scotland was only 200 miles wide
420 miles would have been the distance from Inverness to Doncaster... so what does the width of Scotland have to do with anything?
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420 miles would have been the distance from Inverness to Doncaster... so what does the width of Scotland have to do with anything?
Dunno. Looking back at the last few posts, I got lost in the logic, or the lack thereof. I think poor old DailyFlash has a big bad toothache that is busily eating into her/his brain.
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Dunno. Looking back at the last few posts, I got lost in the logic, or the lack thereof. I think poor old DailyFlash has a big bad toothache that is busily eating into her/his brain.
Balls, you were trying to claim Doncaster for Scotland! Tell the truth!







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Old 12th March 2008, 22:07
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you were trying to claim Doncaster for Scotland! Tell the truth!
I know quite a few Doncastrians that wouldn't like that one bit !!!!!!!

Neighbours son has now managed to get a dentist locally...not bad after 2 years but his teeth have suffered
as he now needs 4 fillings and 2 are in adult teeth
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