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UnfoldingSky

I don't know if anyone has mentioned this here yet as I haven't read through the full thread again but, I wanted to put this out there since it will likely help a lot of people.

 

If you need cavities done now in some areas you may be able to get them done with lasers.  For cavities that can be treated with lasers there is no need for anesthetic.  Some cavities can't be done with lasers from what I've been told.  But the ones that can apparently can be done without anesthetic.  I had one done with a laser, I felt only a slight twinge of pain and didn't have to have anesthetic (not even topical anesthetic).  They have to use a drill later in the procedure but it's just to shape the filling I think. 

 

For those who are interested look up holistic dentists you may find one in your area using this.  It likely will be more expensive than traditional dentistry though. 

 

 

 

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UnfoldingSky

I meant to add--during the laser procedure I could see flashes of light with my eyes shut while they were doing it.  So if you are someone who gets serious after images the laser procedure might prove bothersome. 

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