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    just wondering if anyone can help.
    last sept i got 2 silver fillings replaced with white ones and as im so scared of the dentist i pay £60 for the jag on the hand, i had to go back 3 times as one of the fillings was causing so many problems it was then replaced with root canal treatment and a new white filling in dec ( i had to pay for the root canal and the jag but not to replace the filling) i have just noticed tho that i now have a small hole in the same filling that has caused all the bother.. just made a dentist appt ( 3 wks to go) do i need to pay to get this replaced or should the flling be replaced for free condidering it was less then a year ago and do you think that i would get the jag for free aswell.??
    sorry hope this makes sense just feel that i will need to fork out another £65 for the filling onto of the money for a jag arggh

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    Jag?

    WTF?

    Do you mean Jab?

    Original Poster

    in glasgow its a jag lol

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    a year!

    of course you will have to pay

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    no you shouldnt have to pay, think they have charged you enough for something that still isnt right, dont be all soft with them tell them straight that this has already cost you enough and you are not happy

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    louise.123

    in glasgow its a jag lol



    Everywhere else, that's a Car or a Big cat!

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    oh and save yourself £60 in future when an injection isnt needed

    My dentist guarantees work for 1 year, so it depends on whether yours offers the same. It may be part of their NHS agreement that they have to offer this guarantee on work. Give them a phone?

    guv

    Everywhere else, that's a Car or a Big cat!



    Never heard of a jaggy thistle???

    guv

    Everywhere else, that's a Car or a Big cat!



    Wow thx I didn't know.

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    sassie

    oh and save yourself £60 in future when an injection isnt needed



    thanks but i do the injection so im normally happy to pay the £60

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    moob

    My dentist guarantees work for 1 year, so it depends on whether yours … My dentist guarantees work for 1 year, so it depends on whether yours offers the same. It may be part of their NHS agreement that they have to offer this guarantee on work. Give them a phone?



    thank you i did ask when i made the appointment but all she said is to speak to the dentist... helpful

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    Wotwot123

    Wow thx I didn't know.



    Your welcome. Always happy to assist those with special needs and poor educational standards.

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    Your welcome. Always happy to assist those with special needs and poor … Your welcome. Always happy to assist those with special needs and poor educational standards.



    Such as those who don't know the difference between your and you're?X)
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