Timing issues

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#16 Post by mssweeteypie »

Well to get my first appointment I had to wait almost a month. Thats because I had to wait for the saturday they were open since I had school during the week.

I got everything done on the same day. It took about 1.5 hours-2hours (thats including me thinking about getting braces and if I should get my teeth extracted)

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#17 Post by kaycee »

It was about six months from when I called to make the initial appointment until I was braced. It probably would have been quicker except I needed to have four teeth extracted and there was a three month wait to get into the oral surgeon, who happened to be relocating his office at the time.



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