Ramblings On Avoiding Exaggeration, Quackery and Malpractice

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Re: Ramblings On Avoiding Exaggeration, Quackery and Malpractice

#16 Postby Ruthio » Fri Aug 11, 2017 4:47 pm

This was a really reassuring read. Mainly I have been worried about extractions & changes to my face/profile. I questioned my Ortho & my dentist (who performed the extractions) & they both explained it really well. Thanks for your advice!

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Re: Ramblings On Avoiding Exaggeration, Quackery and Malpractice

#17 Postby IssaAnon » Sat Sep 30, 2017 4:54 pm

Thanks for the great info. I'm getting my braces monday and the ortho said i need my 4 first premolars extracted. I got worried after reading some of the cases of sunken face etc. But your post made me less worried.

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