White Fillings in UK? 
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 White Fillings in UK?

I am in UK and need some fillings to my back teeth. I do not want the
traditional silver fillings as I honestly believe that they have harmed me
in the past.
I would like white fillings but my dentist says I will have to pay for them
(about 250).

I am on Income Support through disablement and it would take me well over a
year to save up to get these.

Does anyone know of a way I could have them please?

Thanks for any help.

JL



Sat, 15 Jan 2005 18:54:32 GMT
 White Fillings in UK?
JL,

I don't wish to sound harsh or uncaring, but have you read what you just
posted?

Your NIH provides for you to have a  level of acceptable care at little or
no cost to you.  You choose to have a premium service above what they offer.
But,,,, you want it for the same no cost benefit.  Are you sure that if fair
to the rest of the population?  If your government provided free bus or
subway transit fares, would you expect them to also provide free limousine
service ?

Now assuming that I mis-understood and you are trying to find a way to pay
for the upgraded service,,,,, try offering to trade some sort of service
with the dental office.  Perhaps you could clean the office, offer artwork,
design a logo, do babysitting,,,,, there must be something you can offer.
--
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
Stephen Mancuso, D.D.S.

Troy, Michigan  USA
+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+
This posting is intended for informational or conversational purposes only.
Always seek the opinion of a licensed dental professional before acting on
the advice or opinion expressed here.  Only a dentist who has examined you
in person can diagnose your problems and make decisions which will effect
your health.
......................


Quote:
> I am in UK and need some fillings to my back teeth. I do not want the
> traditional silver fillings as I honestly believe that they have harmed me
> in the past.
> I would like white fillings but my dentist says I will have to pay for
them
> (about 250).

> I am on Income Support through disablement and it would take me well over
a
> year to save up to get these.

> Does anyone know of a way I could have them please?

> Thanks for any help.

> JL



Sat, 15 Jan 2005 22:46:36 GMT
 White Fillings in UK?
I would gladly design a top class website for any dentist in/near Coventry
UK - to have white fillings done by them where I need them.

I cannot hold a job due to narcolepsy, which is the reason I have left
University after 2 out of 3 years Pharmaceutical Chemistry. I'm in the most
debt I've ever been in and the medication I get is very unpredictable at
present.
However, I have an artistic flair and can design graphics very well. I can
manage most ASP/database programming and could also design brochures, logos,
schematic or photorealistic diagrams or Flash animation if any dentists out
there need any of this.

Payment taken in tooth care?


(without the "REMOVETHISBIT")


Quote:
> JL,

> I don't wish to sound harsh or uncaring, but have you read what you just
> posted?

> Your NIH provides for you to have a  level of acceptable care at little or
> no cost to you.  You choose to have a premium service above what they
offer.
> But,,,, you want it for the same no cost benefit.  Are you sure that if
fair
> to the rest of the population?  If your government provided free bus or
> subway transit fares, would you expect them to also provide free limousine
> service ?

> Now assuming that I mis-understood and you are trying to find a way to pay
> for the upgraded service,,,,, try offering to trade some sort of service
> with the dental office.  Perhaps you could clean the office, offer
artwork,
> design a logo, do babysitting,,,,, there must be something you can offer.
> --
> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
> Stephen Mancuso, D.D.S.

> Troy, Michigan  USA
> +_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+
> This posting is intended for informational or conversational purposes
only.
> Always seek the opinion of a licensed dental professional before acting on
> the advice or opinion expressed here.  Only a dentist who has examined you
> in person can diagnose your problems and make decisions which will effect
> your health.
> ......................



> > I am in UK and need some fillings to my back teeth. I do not want the
> > traditional silver fillings as I honestly believe that they have harmed
me
> > in the past.
> > I would like white fillings but my dentist says I will have to pay for
> them
> > (about 250).

> > I am on Income Support through disablement and it would take me well
over
> a
> > year to save up to get these.

> > Does anyone know of a way I could have them please?

> > Thanks for any help.

> > JL



Sun, 16 Jan 2005 10:19:01 GMT
 White Fillings in UK?
That would work fine for me.  I would gladly work it that way.  Ask your
dental office if they could use your services.  They may be on the verge of
looking for these services anyway.

Come to Detroit for a few days, and you and I can trade services.

--
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
Stephen Mancuso, D.D.S.

Troy, Michigan  USA
+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+
This posting is intended for informational or conversational purposes only.
Always seek the opinion of a licensed dental professional before acting on
the advice or opinion expressed here.  Only a dentist who has examined you
in person can diagnose your problems and make decisions which will effect
your health.
......................


Quote:
> I would gladly design a top class website for any dentist in/near Coventry
> UK - to have white fillings done by them where I need them.

> I cannot hold a job due to narcolepsy, which is the reason I have left
> University after 2 out of 3 years Pharmaceutical Chemistry. I'm in the
most
> debt I've ever been in and the medication I get is very unpredictable at
> present.
> However, I have an artistic flair and can design graphics very well. I can
> manage most ASP/database programming and could also design brochures,
logos,
> schematic or photorealistic diagrams or Flash animation if any dentists
out
> there need any of this.

> Payment taken in tooth care?


> (without the "REMOVETHISBIT")



> > JL,

> > I don't wish to sound harsh or uncaring, but have you read what you just
> > posted?

> > Your NIH provides for you to have a  level of acceptable care at little
or
> > no cost to you.  You choose to have a premium service above what they
> offer.
> > But,,,, you want it for the same no cost benefit.  Are you sure that if
> fair
> > to the rest of the population?  If your government provided free bus or
> > subway transit fares, would you expect them to also provide free
limousine
> > service ?

> > Now assuming that I mis-understood and you are trying to find a way to
pay
> > for the upgraded service,,,,, try offering to trade some sort of service
> > with the dental office.  Perhaps you could clean the office, offer
> artwork,
> > design a logo, do babysitting,,,,, there must be something you can
offer.
> > --
> > =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
> > Stephen Mancuso, D.D.S.

> > Troy, Michigan  USA
> > +_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+
> > This posting is intended for informational or conversational purposes
> only.
> > Always seek the opinion of a licensed dental professional before acting
on
> > the advice or opinion expressed here.  Only a dentist who has examined
you
> > in person can diagnose your problems and make decisions which will
effect
> > your health.
> > ......................



> > > I am in UK and need some fillings to my back teeth. I do not want the
> > > traditional silver fillings as I honestly believe that they have
harmed
> me
> > > in the past.
> > > I would like white fillings but my dentist says I will have to pay for
> > them
> > > (about 250).

> > > I am on Income Support through disablement and it would take me well
> over
> > a
> > > year to save up to get these.

> > > Does anyone know of a way I could have them please?

> > > Thanks for any help.

> > > JL



Sun, 16 Jan 2005 18:49:56 GMT
 
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