would love to read some dental horror stories please 
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 would love to read some dental horror stories please

Please let me know any bad experiences - its for a speech i'm doing


Sun, 08 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 would love to read some dental horror stories please

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>|Please let me know any bad experiences - its for a speech i'm doing

Who is the speech for?

What is your objective?



Sun, 08 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 would love to read some dental horror stories please


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> Please let me know any bad experiences - its for a speech i'm doing
> I did a six unit bridge for this scumbag and he skipped out on his

bill...or do you want to hear about the patient who I'm convinced had
Alpo liver chunks for lunch and then proceeded to puke all over my
operatory???

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Sun, 08 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 would love to read some dental horror stories please
I did this beautiful set of dental work on an individual who seemed so nice.
He kept promising to bring in some money the next week.  I believed him for
almost a full year.  He now owes me over a thousand dollars and never
returns any telephone calls.  My work is holding up great (last time I got
to see it), but I apparently donated all my time and office overhead without
knowing it.

--
Stephen Mancuso, D.D.S.
Troy, Michigan  USA

| Please let me know any bad experiences - its for a speech i'm doing



Sun, 08 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 would love to read some dental horror stories please
Hi Dave,

How about a real dental horror story for you:

                 "AMALGATE"
         starring Joel Milhouse Eichen
    in a The Saga that devided The Nation
       based on a novel by G.V. Black.

As the number of freedom fighters increased
underground resistance grew fierce.  More in
the exiting " AMALGATE II " soon in a movie
theatre near you.

Real horror !

HL
===============================



Sun, 08 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 would love to read some dental horror stories please

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>Please let me know any bad experiences - its for a speech i'm doing

You mean like when patients will not pay their bills?


Sun, 08 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 would love to read some dental horror stories please
Hi Hans,

<< More in
the exiting " AMALGATE II " soon in a movie
theatre near you. >>

Its already been done Hans.  It was called
"Full Metal Jacket"

from one stan to another



Sun, 08 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 would love to read some dental horror stories please
A funny one.
Pudge
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> Hi Dave,

> How about a real dental horror story for you:

>                  "AMALGATE"
>          starring Joel Milhouse Eichen
>     in a The Saga that devided The Nation
>        based on a novel by G.V. Black.

> As the number of freedom fighters increased
> underground resistance grew fierce.  More in
> the exiting " AMALGATE II " soon in a movie
> theatre near you.

> Real horror !

> HL
> ===============================



Sun, 08 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 would love to read some dental horror stories please

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>A funny one.
>Pudge

Yep Pudge,

Hans can be very funny at times.

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>> Hi Dave,

>> How about a real dental horror story for you:

>>                  "AMALGATE"
>>          starring Joel Milhouse Eichen
>>     in a The Saga that devided The Nation
>>        based on a novel by G.V. Black.

>> As the number of freedom fighters increased
>> underground resistance grew fierce.  More in
>> the exiting " AMALGATE II " soon in a movie
>> theatre near you.

>> Real horror !

>> HL
>> ===============================



Mon, 09 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 would love to read some dental horror stories please
"Yep Pudge, Hans can be very funny at times"
hiding the froth at his mouth .....


Mon, 09 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 would love to read some dental horror stories please
I have one of those...
Annemarie

Dr. Steve skrev i meddelelsen ...

Quote:
>I did this beautiful set of dental work on an individual who seemed so
nice.
>He kept promising to bring in some money the next week.  I believed him for
>almost a full year.  He now owes me over a thousand dollars and never
>returns any telephone calls.  My work is holding up great (last time I got
>to see it), but I apparently donated all my time and office overhead
without
>knowing it.

>--
>Stephen Mancuso, D.D.S.
>Troy, Michigan  USA


>| Please let me know any bad experiences - its for a speech i'm doing



Mon, 09 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 would love to read some dental horror stories please
Once I was treating a lovely old lady. She was undergoing root c{*filter*}
treatment. I had the {*filter*} dam perfectly in place, and I was irrigating
with sodium hypochlorite. She had been pressing her tongue against the clamp
for the whole procedure. When she tasted a miniscule amount of chlorine, she
panicked (as I later found out she has a phobia of swimming pools?!?!?!),
she tried to rip the {*filter*} dam off, sat up, started flipping out majorly
and screaming. She then, as I was trying to remove the dam inhaled some of
the saliva that had pooled in her mouth. I got the dam off, and started to
calm the patient down. I then called one of the Medico's in my practice as I
thought there may have been something wrong. BIG MISTAKE. The medico took an
ECG to see if she had had a coronary.....NO. She then listened to the lung
sounds and heard a wheeze. This medico, that only lasted another 2 weeks in
our practise, the called a Paramedic ambulance as she believed I had
injected caustic, acidic substances into my patients lungs.  Well needless
to say this was not a good situation. The patient was sent to the ER where
she stayed for 8 hours. I called the family only to have a very VERY irate
husband scream at me for practising "illegal dental treatments" with
"illegal chemicals".  It took me 30 minutes on the phone to calm him down
and fax him a report from the hospital to say thatr all his wife had inhaled
was her own saliva. She was fine. I was in shock afterwards. Next time I
will handle my own emergencies.

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> Please let me know any bad experiences - its for a speech i'm doing



Tue, 10 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 would love to read some dental horror stories please
I had a guy who needed endo on #30 but opted for extraction instead. I had
worked on him several times before without incident. After getting the tooth
3/4 of the way out, one of the roots snapped. The patient heard it and asked
what the noise was. I replied that the root had broken and I just needed to
switch instruments and....  his eyes roll back in his head, he starts
writhing, vomits, comes precariously close to loading his shorts and loses
consciousness. My assistant, who is new to the job, asks me if I just killed
him. I've seen several syncopes (fainting) spells but nothing like this. I
was beginning to fear that he had just stroked out. Breathing and pulse are
fine and in about 6 hours (or ten seconds, hard to tell which) he wakes up.
He asks, "Did I pass out again?" I said, "Yes, apparently so."  He says, "I
forgot to tell you that I do that when I see {*filter*}." His wife, who's in the
room now concurs, "Oh, yeah, he does that." He walked out under his own
power...

I really could have used a drink, but 4 more hours of patients to go...

Jim Margarit, DDS



Thu, 12 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 
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