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    Never. Haven't been in over 18 years.

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    At least once a year. Our dentist sends out reminders for check ups every 6 months. I know it's probably ideal but I find it so close between check ups :-/

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    I go when I need to... And I've never really needed to! So last time I went was to have my braces removed. That was about 15 years ago. I don't have any fillings or anything, never had a toothache. So no need.

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    I've been twice in the last 6 years. I avoid it as it's too expensive for me. Both times were just check ups thankfully!

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    February...had a painful hole on a broken molar. Got another broken molar but I can handle the pain for now...can't afford to go back!

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    Prob 4 years ago to have a tooth causing a lot of pain to be pulled out, I need another repaired or pulled out, part of it cracked off but I'm not in any pain so it can wait, I get really bad anxiety going to the dentist, I hate it.

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    I've recently had braces removed so therefore was going to the Dentist and Orthodontist quite regularly.

    Prior to that at least once a year and only more if I needed to, which I never really needed to.

    I really feel for people with Dental phobia as it's quite the necessary evil and I feel very lucky that I don't have that type of fear preventing me.

    That said, most of the time you need to take out a mortgage to see a Dentist, so that can often be a factor in people not seeing he Dentist regularly as well!

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    Check up and clean every 6 months.

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    I actually go every six months. It does not cost anything with health insurance, well, it does, but you know what i mean.
    Before I was about 35 i only used to go when i needed to, but now I feel i need to go to nip any cavities or nasties in the bud before they get too bad.
    Twin 5 year olds go every six months too.

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    About a year ago I went to the dentist due to tooth pain, I was in the very early stages of pregnancy and as such, the dentist could not perform an x- ray. All he could do was clean my teeth and send me home yay no nasty needles!

    I have now had the baby so I really should go, but I am fairly certain they will have to do a crown or a root canal so I have been avoiding making an appointment. I really do not like the needles at the dentist.


 

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