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Thread: Did dentists in the past butcher teeth for financial reward?

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    Did dentists in the past butcher teeth for financial reward?

    I have a few fillings from the 1970s. The only problems I have had since then have been those fillings.

    I am given to understand that NHS dentists in the past were paid per procedure and were "enthusiastic" to perform procedures for that reason,

    My current dentist: "Nah, it's because you ate sugar as a child"

    What is the truth?

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    I am confident that my dentist did unnecessary fillings when I was a kid. It was money for old rope.

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    It is almost impossible to work in state institutions. The wages here are almost incommensurate with the dentist's labor into each patient. Sadly, more competent specialists are forced to leave their favorite occupation because of low wages. But the good news is that private clinics and dentist offices are opening up new opportunities for specialists. They also have a completely different approach to their clients, which is even more appealing. I have been treating my teeth only at jeffreygrossdds.com for many years. Professionals of their craft and caring attitude towards each client make me come to them repeatedly.

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