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Gas does work - you really don't care about what's happening, but it still hurts.

Sometimes I think it would be easier to have all my teeth removed and dentures fitted - not realisitic I know, but I'm terrified.

I've been making appointments getting to the doors and legging it. I went to see him last week for a quick visit, to see what had to be done, and I'm going back tomorrow to get the works! It is not permitted to advertise dentist names on this site...sorry Hi, I've just been reading your comments, and I haven't been to a dentist in over 2 yrs. Anyway, I'd be grateful if you could recommend someone good in Dublin city centre area - IF we can name names?

I'll keep you posted, just as soon as I'm back to normal! if you look hard enough you will find a dentist in Ireland who will give intra. I went to the dentist to have a tooth out with the knowledge that I was going to use sedatin but in the end he was so reassuring I didn't need it and this is soming from someone who was scared stupid of the dentist. i have not been to a dentist in twenty years I dread it now my teeth are in a dreadful state in my mid 30'S but a bad experience of running out of a dental hospital when i was 12 stops me from going and getting any treatment Some years ago I had two very bad experiences with the same dentist.

Then you have to be conscious for them to take a mould of your teeth with that horrible purple goo which makes me want to retch AND when they're doing the final fitting of the crowns you have to be conscious in order to be able to "bite down" to ensure they fit.

On top of that, it used to cost about 100 for anesthesia per visit, which makes four crowns more expensive than a 3 week cruise in the Carribean (trust me, I've checked).

Sometimes I think it would be easier to have all my teeth removed and dentures fitted - not realisitic I know, but I'm terrified.

I've been making appointments getting to the doors and legging it. I went to see him last week for a quick visit, to see what had to be done, and I'm going back tomorrow to get the works! It is not permitted to advertise dentist names on this site...sorry Hi, I've just been reading your comments, and I haven't been to a dentist in over 2 yrs. Anyway, I'd be grateful if you could recommend someone good in Dublin city centre area - IF we can name names?

I'll keep you posted, just as soon as I'm back to normal! if you look hard enough you will find a dentist in Ireland who will give intra. I went to the dentist to have a tooth out with the knowledge that I was going to use sedatin but in the end he was so reassuring I didn't need it and this is soming from someone who was scared stupid of the dentist. i have not been to a dentist in twenty years I dread it now my teeth are in a dreadful state in my mid 30'S but a bad experience of running out of a dental hospital when i was 12 stops me from going and getting any treatment Some years ago I had two very bad experiences with the same dentist.

Then you have to be conscious for them to take a mould of your teeth with that horrible purple goo which makes me want to retch AND when they're doing the final fitting of the crowns you have to be conscious in order to be able to "bite down" to ensure they fit.

On top of that, it used to cost about 100 for anesthesia per visit, which makes four crowns more expensive than a 3 week cruise in the Carribean (trust me, I've checked).

That is the kind of attitude that prevents people like me from attending the dentist. I would have complained - if I could have found an association that would listen to me.i am absolutly terrified of the dentist to the point that I have not been for over 12 years and know I have some major problims, there must be a way for those like us to be able to be given a light annasthetic and then have all the work done.