I went for the first time for a cleaning in October. The dentist found a "cavity" by my permanent retainer. They couldn't get me in for a filling until JANUARY. Fine. But when I went for that filling I mentioned that I could feel a change in my tooth and the dentist didn't notice it last time. Sure enough, they check me out and I have two cavities that the previous dentist failed to see. Not only that...but the cavity he originally said I had was GLUE from my retainer! And they couldn't even schedule me in for another filling until March 30. What kind of dentist misses and misidentifies a cavity? I knew he was rushing me the first time I went, I just wish I had spoken up and gone with my gut so that this could have all been taken care of at my second visit.
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