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So my dentist said that fentanyl does cause tooth decay and a rapid Pace I take 25 microgram patches I've never abused them and brush my teeth twice a day does anybody know if my dentist is full of it or is there any type of class action lawsuit out there that somebody filed with the same problems I have I appreciate any and all feedback
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My teeth are a mess. Needed 8 extractions but hospital refused as I am on aledronic acid. Have only 3 teeth at top. Rest are broken fragments which depresses me immensely. I would like my smile back but do not know who to approach or what to do.
Hoping there are others out there with similar stories... 1 year on Wellbutrin (NO other life changes) and I have just started total reconstruction of ALL 28 TEETH. Each and every tooth requires a crown. Decay between every tooth, under every filling and crown. Wrote a $28k check yesterday to dentist. All of our savings. Total disaster.
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