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sounds like you have a lawsuit of malpractice on your hands there. they should be removing the bone spurs, and roots, as well as wisdom teeth for no charge, as that is what you paid for..

all your teeth extracted and new dentures. as being in the dental profession myself. i know that root tips, and bone spurs will eventually become infected and if not taken care of promptly, can cause death. your teeth are not just part of your mouth, they are directly attached to your sinuses ears as well as brain.

if the infection is not taken care of right away, via antibodies, before the root tips or bone spurs are removed when infected, it can lead to some major problems with your body, as the infection will spread fast. my advise is to seek a malpractice atty, and get the matter resolved asap.

you will thank me in the long run.. wishing you nothing but the best, and good luck \

R

Product or Service Mentioned: Affordable Dentures Tooth Extraction.

Reason of review: Not as described/ advertised.

Monetary Loss: $2000.

Preferred solution: Full refund.

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Anonymous
#1524392

"Bone spurs will become infected?" Since when? Uncomfortable under dentures, but not infected.Don't know many dentists that would routinely extract every deep bony impaction before fabricating dentures. Depends on the surgical risk.You sure you are a dentist, dude?

Anonymous
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@ClydeDDS

been a pvt dental lab and inhouse lab tech for almost 40 yrs now. and yes it is uncomfortable and can get infected..

what are you some newbie to the business that you don't know much yet. worked in many inhouse labs and seen alot of problems over the years,, both in house and when i am running own lab, as i go to the dental office to make sure everything is ok. also i learned the hard way. from the ground up..

never went to a tech school where you learn by the book. and yes have a current CDT to show that i know what im doing and have had one for 30+ years, so when you get a little experience than you let me know.. nothing worse than an amateur fresh out of school or still working model bench thinking they know it all. so go back to studying and work with a few dr's and then you will know what im talking about...

as i have seen it all.

and i do both c&b as well as full and partial dentures, from start to finish.. you must work for a denture mill or you would know these things..

Anonymous
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@OffbeatDingo901

Ha Ha! As a prosthodontist, I've made patient dentures (sometimes doing the lab work myself) for 40 years and you think I am a "newbie."Got all the respect in the world for you lab techs, but you have never taken a knife to tissue like I have.Preparing a ridge for full dentures (as opposed to overdentures, which are superior) is no walk in the park.

However, it is sometimes not prudent to remove ALL deeply impacted wisdom teeth, nor palatally impacted canines for that matter.Aspen never thinks of any of this, however. Their goal is to yank the teeth out and get the dentures in as quickly and as cheaply as possible.