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To think my dentist made a mistake?

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MentalDental9 Wed 13-Jun-18 14:52:20

So I just came home from the dentist. I had a look in the mirror to see my fillings and I think the dentist might have filled a healthy tooth.

I drew up a dental map. Orange is what she was supposed to fill and red is what she had filled.
In my treatment plan I have the following teeth listed


So these are my upper teeth. Not sure if she had made a mistake?! Any advice? And what can I do if she did fill a healthy tooth?

MentalDental9 Wed 13-Jun-18 14:53:48

So sorry I posed the thread in general health as well but I didn't get any comments. I'm very upset and I desperately need some advice hence of posting it in the popular 'AIBU'

BellaJessica Wed 13-Jun-18 14:56:57

Seems strange that she would fill a healthy tooth? Surely the decay is obvious in the bad tooth?

Is it a private dentist? I had a healthy tooth filled by a private dentist once because he was going bankrupt.

BellaJessica Wed 13-Jun-18 14:58:05

You should get an appointment with a different dentist and ask them if it was the right tooth. Is there any pain in the bad tooth?

3boys3dogshelp Wed 13-Jun-18 14:59:30

I think you need to ring the dentist and talk to her about it. It could be a mistake with the fillings, but it’s possible it was a mistake on the treatment plan. Could it be that 3 teeth on that side actually needed filling?

MentalDental9 Wed 13-Jun-18 15:05:47

My upper R6 was a broken tooth. I don't think there was a cavity on my upper R4. Can't remember any pain from there or seen anything wrong with it. It was an NHS dentist. I don't know why she'd fill a healthy tooth. She was running late and I waited over 1 hour for her, maybe she was distracted? I don't know . During the appointment at some point someone came in the room and sat down a youngish 17-19 years old boy on one of the chairs in front of me. No one said a thing! They didn't ask if it was okay or anything. I felt so uncomfortable, and embarrassed... not easy to try to rinse when half of your face is numb. I mentioned the receptionist and she was apologetic and said they should have asked for my permission. I just don't know the whole appointment felt so odd.

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