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Can anyone recommend a good NHS dentist in the West End of Glasgow?
There's one just under the bridge at Anniesland Cross, past a wee hardware shop called Catani's - a few doors up from it. You can't miss it. Sorry I can't remember the name!

I am looking for recomedations to a Dentist in Minot ND.?
the two that my family have been to are mark maercklein(701-839-1484) and the greers(701-838-1123) and they have both been great

No dental insurance - need a dentist with financial planning?
Best method is to call and ask dentists if they will work out a payment plan with you for an emergency.

Phobia of the dentist, what can I do?
1. Tell the dentist about your fears. This information will help the dentist determine how to best manage and address those fears. By letting the dentist know exactly why the experience is difficult for you, you will feel more control in the examination chair. 2. Remember that dental procedures...

Do horses have wolf teeth?
Yes, horses have wolf teeth. My mares have had them & I have had them removed. If he was my horse I would have a Equine Dentist look at him ASAP( if not able a vet).Your getting a lot of different info. Here are a few sites I was reading. This will help you. http://www.thehorsedentistryhandbook...