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Tuesday, January 17, 2006
Apparently...loss of wisdom
Apparently my extraction of my two lower wisdom teeth years ago in Singapore wasn't done completely.

Apparently only one of them was extracted.

Apparently Singapore's way of filling teeth is a big no-no in USA.

Apparently it's illegal even to use the same materials in USA that was used on my teeth in Singapore years ago.

Apparently...
 
posted by Jonathan at 11:58 AM | Permalink |


5 Comments:


At 8:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous

Huh, What material is that?

 

At 9:15 PM, Blogger Jonathan

No idea.

Just that when the dentists here saw it, they were both shaking their heads and saying.. "no way can we have these used here!"

Think i worry or not? haha.

 

At 10:06 PM, Anonymous Just another reader

Wow.... you have TWO dentists working on you? That must be a pretty bad job done in Singapore. :P

 

At 3:07 PM, Blogger singaporegrrl

Oh my, it's a wonder you're not dead yet, what with all these dangerous materials in your mouth and surprise teeth. tee hee. :P

In my book, if you're not dead from it, then, it's OKlah! These American dentists are so picky...

 

At 4:48 PM, Blogger Jonathan

It was the filling agent actually... at least the ones on my teeth are white, looks kind of like some white cement, come to think of it...

singaporegrrl,
and of coz.. the american dentists (one Iranian and one Korean actually) said "come... we can fix ALL of these problems for you" haha.

Siao. The dentist fees are like 10x more than in Singapore. Even with insurance coverage. How to tahan.