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Help with dental work in Raleigh/Durham area of NC?
The only option I have heard of is the program at the UNC School of Dentistry. The problem is the program can be hard to get into. Applications are chosen by lottery and after that I heard it can take months before you can be seen if your application IS chosen. The only other option he may...

Fractured Tooth Removal?
400 dollars to fix a fractured tooth like that is cheap, and would have been saving you money in the long run. Your mouth probably really does need time to heal, but once it has you should be able to get either a bridge, implant, or a "flipper" however expect to pay a lot more than 400 bucks...

Mediocre universities in the US & Canada?
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My horse refuses to have her bridle on and is terrified of the mounting block!?
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