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2023.06.03 20:58 ReflexiveOW [Req]($150)-(#Bryan, Tx, USA)(Repay $175 on 6/15/23)(Venmo)

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2023.06.03 19:20 LilacsAndMatcha Locator 35 experience

3 first time applicants
Locator 35
Applied expedited with appointment at Post office near Austin, Tx on April 27th
Application was recieved May 1st
Passports accepted and should be in my mailbox June 3rd.
Found out through USPS Daily mail alerts that they're coming in today, so I don't know how long ago I got accepted. Sometime in the last 4 days, so shipping was very fast. All three passports arriving same time. All are adults, one had a legal name change.
Hope this helps someone!
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2023.06.03 17:30 Rude-Flounder-6136 Closed last week on our first home in North TX - all thanks to this sub! 🫂🥹

First one in my family to own a home. 26F and 29M. We are just as nervous as we are excited because we have no idea what we are doing 🤪 this sub single-handedly provided all the info/questions/advice we needed so THANK YOU!!! (I can smell the poorly laid sod comments a mile away)
the deeeets:
381k 7k down $17k in credits 6.1% New Construction 4bd, 1 office, 3 full bathrooms 2,666 sq ft. TX
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2023.06.03 16:46 DoubtContent4455 I absolutely hate the lack of uniformity when it comes to letters of recommendation for school admissions

I just found out that Touro requires a letter from a graduate professor if you are in a graduate school, after I sent my application. I emailed them to see if I can send one via email or arrange something; but the problem really is that every school requires a slightly different source of letters.
Some require letters from STEM professors- I get that
Some require letters from dentists- I get that
Some require letters from volunteer work, non-stem, or a committee letter- again, I get that
What I don't get are those occasional schools, like loma linda that requires a letter from a religious community leader. I have to sacrifice an entire slot of potential letters for a very specific school.
What I hate however is that to find this information, its
  1. not always clear
    1. From Touro's website " You will need to include one (1) Pre–Dental Committee letter of evaluation OR three (3) letters of evaluation from undergraduate faculty.
      1. But then says " two (2) letters must be from science faculty" + "The third letter of evaluation can be from a non-science course or volunteer work done in a dental office/clinic. "
      2. What I find confusing is that volunteer work is on par with an undergrad course but you had to read the bottom of the text to find out.
  2. sometimes conflicting with each other
    1. Sometimes schools want X amount of letters from this place but those letters can take up space for another school's special letters. If you don't have a committee letter to bypass most of these requirements, you're fucked.
    2. So, in order for me to apply to Touro AND Loma Linda, I'll need 2 STEM letters (one being graduate), a non-STEM/ dental volunteer letter, AND a religious letter. That's 4 letters right there with no more wiggle room for other schools. 4 letters is all we're allowed to have.
    3. Edit: to get that to work you'll need a committee, STEM, Dentist, and a religious letter, and this is just for 2 schools, where LL doesn't care for a committee.
  3. You can't undo a letter on AADSAS. If that letter gets sent to AADSAS but you find out you need a specific type of letter instead for another school, you're fucked. Given how most people use Interfolio, that letter can get sent within just hours if not minutes.
I fucking hate how I have go onto a scavenger hunt to find the right letters. I get most of my info about a school from Dentalschoolexplorer.com, which to their credit does have a lot of information but doesn't have enough especially given how its a paid service.
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2023.06.03 16:07 Firm-Protection-4444 How Much Do Porcelain Veneers Cost in British Columbia

Are you looking for a beautiful smile that makes an impression that lasts? Porcelain veneers have become a well-known dental procedure to improve the appearance of your teeth and improve your self-confidence.
Although porcelain veneers provide exceptional visual results, you need to know the cost necessary for this revolutionary procedure.
In this article we'll look into the price for porcelain veneers within British Columbia, shedding light on the elements that affect pricing and benefits that they offer.

Understanding Porcelain Veneers

Before diving into the expenses, we need to familiarize ourselves with the concept of porcelain veneers. Porcelain veneers can be custom-made thin wafers made of dental grade porcelain. They're made to cover the front of your teeth. They correct the appearance of imperfections like cracks, chips and stains as well as the misalignment of your teeth.
Veneers provide a natural and sturdy solution to provide your smile with a beautiful appearance over the years.

Factors Influencing the Cost of Porcelain Veneers

The cost for porcelain veneers may vary according to a number of aspects. It is important to speak with an expert dentist in order to get an accurate estimation that's customized to meet your individual demands.
There are several key aspects which influence your cost

Quantity of veneers:

The quantity of veneers you require has a direct effect on the expense. It doesn't matter if you need a single veneer or an entire cosmetic makeover of your smile, the number of veneers can affect the price. The quality of the dental porcelain is a guarantee of high-end aesthetics and long-lasting durability.
High-end materials can incur more cost, but they deliver lasting results as well as look more natural.

Expertise in dentistry:

The experience of the dentist who is performing procedures can affect price. Dental professionals who are highly skilled and have extensive knowledge of cosmetic dentistry usually have higher costs.

Location:

The cost of veneers made from porcelain can differ according to the place of the dental office. The urban areas, for example Vancouver or Victoria could have higher rates compared with towns or areas in rural regions.

Cost Breakdown and Average Prices

Here is a rough description of the costs for porcelain veneers within British Columbia:
Single Veneer: The price of one veneer may vary from $900 up to $2500.
The price range results from the elements that were mentioned earlier, such as materials' quality as well as the level of complexity in the veneer.
Multiple Veneers: If you need multiple veneers in order to improve your smile, prices could range from $1,800 up to $25,000.
Note: Remember that these are approximate estimates. Your end-to-end cost may differ based upon your specific situation and the dentist you select.

Additional Costs and Financing Options

Alongside the expense of veneers itself they could also incur additional charges associated with treatment. They could be:

Consultation fees:

Dentists typically have a separate charge to conduct the initial appointment, which is where they assess your oral health and go over the options for treatment. Consultation fees typically range between $100-$200.

Procedures for preparation:

In certain situations, other dental treatments such as cleaning teeth or extraction of teeth, as well as gum shaping could be necessary prior to the placement of veneers. This may result in additional charges, and your dentist will talk about it with you. There are financing options to assist in the payment associated with porcelain veneers. A lot of dental offices provide payment plans that are flexible or work with third-party financing providers for reasonable monthly installments. It is recommended that you discuss these possibilities with your dentist, or the finance coordinator.

Benefits of Porcelain Veneers

The cost of porcelain veneers might appear significant, it's important to think about the advantages these veneers provide.

The transformation of your appearance:

Porcelain veneers are a great way to improve the look of your smile. They can also boost confidence in yourself and enhancing overall appearance.

Resistant to staining:

Porcelain veneers are extremely resistant to discoloration and staining which allows you to have a beautiful smile over time when you maintain your oral hygiene. The durability of the product is dependent on proper maintenance; they can be used for a period of 10 to 15 years or more. They are a permanent treatment option for a range of dental defects.

The minimal invasiveness of the procedure:

In comparison to cosmetic procedures the procedure of placing porcelain veneers requires only minimal modification of the tooth's natural structure and is a way to ensure your dental well-being.

Conclusion:

Porcelain veneers provide a stunning way to change your smile, and get your stunning smile you've always wanted. The price of veneers made from porcelain for British Columbia varies depending on various factors like the number of veneers required, the quality of the material, expertise in dentistry and the geographical place of the.
If you consult with a highly skilled dentist, you'll be able to get an estimate of the cost that is specific to you and look into financing options to make your investment more affordable. Be aware that the benefits of using porcelain veneers go well beyond the cost of their purchase and will give you confidence and a beautiful smile that will last for years.
Aberdeen Dental Centre is one of the top dental centers located in Vernon that offers porcelain veneers. You can rely on us for the best treatment.
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2023.06.03 15:40 Greatthinkinlinkin Hunch back????

Hello! I just wanted to ask has anybody had back problems or starting to develop a hunch back cause of being a dental assistant? I work with really short dentist and for the first 3 years I had to stand because she didn’t get us chairs until I told her MY BACK WAS HURTING because she’s so short she’s like 4’11 or 5ft and I’m like 5’7. She got us some chairs like 2 years ago but our chairs don’t go any higher which I thought we were supposed to be 6in taller than the doctor (correct me if I’m wrong)… our office is built kinda weird and the op chair itself already takes the whole room and the cabinets limits how much I can move to see the patient mouth. Including my boss literally has the patient facing towards her SO ITS EVEN WORST BECAUSE WHETHER I STAND OR SIT I CANT SEE! Last Friday my co worker and I were noticing how we’re starting to develop hunch back and I already have scoliosis so my back already kinda looks weird lol I’m like only 24 to have a hunch so pronounce is insane to me. And tips or tricks you guys can suggest. Sorry if I’m complaining to much!
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2023.06.03 09:18 Cowgirlfromspace Root Canal retreat

44F, hypertension, obesity, anxiety.
Longish post, a few questions:
I had a root canal done on #14 around 15 years ago. In the last year or so I've experienced bouts of pain, and recently it had gotten significantly worse and wasn't getting better. I went to urgent care over the weekend and was prescribed Augmentin 875/125 x2 daily even though I had no signs of an infection or abscess at that point, just increasing pain. Gums were normal with no focal areas of redness or pain, no pustules or signs of purulent drainage.
I ended up at an endodontist who did a 3D CT and said I had an infection, said it was in my sinus, and that I needed to retreat the root canal and may need to have the tooth removed completely.
The retreat took 1.5 hours and was apparently difficult. The root that had the infection around it ended up with a rudimentary root adjacent to it that was missed during the original treatment. That was canalled successfully. Of the three other roots, 2 were able to have previous posts and filling material removed, and some infection cleared out. The doctor was unable to remove the filling material and post from the 3rd root and so left it as is.
I asked at the end of the procedure if the infection was removed but all they would say is they got some "dirty" drainage out. Is that normal, to not know how much of the infection was removed?
Also, not being able to remove the old post and filling material from one of the roots, is that something that happens on retreats? If left behind, does that put me at an increased risk for yet another root canal?
I am still taking the antibiotics. Should that help clear up any lingering infection that was left behind?
I also noticed tonight that I am having some pressure in the sinus area above where the treated tooth was. This is less discomfort than before I started the antibiotics, but I was not expecting to have any pain, pressure, or discomfort once the root canal was completed.
Thanks for taking the time to answer questions. The office I went to for treatment is closed on Fridays and I couldn't get a call back from my regular dentist to ask any questions.
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2023.06.03 06:19 spicykibbles We got duped into signing a $38K contract with a dealership for the same car we had almost paid off in full.

Just like the title says, that's our family got basically duped into repurchasing the same car. We've consulted with a lawyer but have hit a dead end. By the way, this is in TX. Here's the story:
My brother bought a 2018 Toyota Camry in 2019 and had been paying it off himself. He had a cosigner but because the cosigner had bad credit (he was our only option), the interest rate on the car payments was around 18% and the car loan in total with interest rate ended up being $26,000. Here's where I need your help:
A few months ago, my brother reached $11,000 in remaining balance on the car after years of making $600 monthly payments. He was finally seeing the end of the tunnel and decided to refinance the car. Unfortunately, he was denied in over 12 banks because he's on a work visa. During a routine maintenance for the car at the dealership, he decided to ask about a refinance with the dealership (after consulting with a lawyer, we know this was our first mistake). He told them about the high interest rate and how the car had a balance of $11,000 and he just wanted to refinance to bring down the interest rate. The finance manager said that what he could do was buy the car from him and sell it back to him with a lower rate on the remaining balance of $11,000. Perfect so far. We went through the process of finding another bank to refinance, the dealership restocked the car, cleaned it, put paper plates, did a state inspection on it, and while it was getting ready, we were signing papers (second mistake). He signed a bunch of stuff and we were told we were going to get copies of everything (It took over two weeks to get those copies. We had to go in person to ask for them). Eventually, we finished and they told us that because of the work visa, he wasn't approved for the original 8% interest rate but that the best they could do was 14% interest rate with another bank. We knew there would be a catch along the way and we figured this was the catch. He signed and we left.
When he finally got the loan info from the new bank in the mail, it said remaining balance: $38,000. We were completely shocked so we went to the dealership and they didn't respond any questions, said they couldn't reverse anything, said no one forced us to sign anything, and told us that we couldn't refinance or trade the car in for another 6-12 months. The finance manager told us that it was a good thing because that way my brother could work on his credit and keep making payments. I argued that he wasted the last 3-4 years because they were worthless now and that it didn't make sense that he would pay $40,000 for a 2018 car. The guy shrugged and said there was nothing he could do. Another guy apologized and suggested that we sold the car online to pay off the debt.
We went to a lawyer and after reading through the papers my brother signed, he told my brother that unfortunately, he was stuck paying double for the same old car because he had signed that the power of attorney be changed back to the dealership on the car title and that was what made it legal. He suggested that we go to our county's District Attorney's office and file a formal complaint against the dealership but my brother is extremely bummed out and wants to forget about the car that once used to make him happy.
What should we do? I know we did everything wrong but I can't stand the thought of him paying $40,000 for a 2018 car given that he had already paid $15,000 on it for the last 3-4 years.
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2023.06.03 05:51 GreenLigh Husband needs an abscessed tooth extracted but can’t be seen until Monday. What to do in the meantime? (Aka, calm down a terrified wife)

My husband (34m) is a former smokevape user but hasn’t done either for about five years. He does not drink alcohol. He has full upper dentures and his lower teeth are badly decayed, we just haven’t been able to afford the lower dentures.
Around five days ago he started having a lot of pain in his left jaw and a headache. It got progressively worse and I was able to get him into a dentist today. The senators confirmed it’s an abscess and the tooth cannot be saved. She referred him to an oral surgeon and gave him a z-pack antibiotics. The surgeon’s office is closed until Monday.
In the meantime my husband’s jaw is swollen up to the size of a golf ball and he is in extreme pain. I keep reading about tooth abscesses causing sepsis or brain damage and am beside myself with worry. We live in a rural area and there is no emergency dentist near us. Can he survive until Monday or should I try to find someone to get this tooth out now even if it means driving several hours?
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2023.06.03 05:31 Agrinya What do I do about this jaw pain

I went to the dentist and he said I had 8 cavities. I got a filling but it was too high. I got it shaved down a week ago but after a week, my smile and jaw still doesn’t feel right. It hurts to chew and my jaw is always soar now. I called my dentist back to see if we can shave it down but the office told me I have to wot two weeks. I then called a couple dentist offices in my county and they all said that because they didnt do the filling, they cannot help me.
What do I do?
I am so curious why I had to get this filling instead of something less invasive.
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2023.06.03 04:50 LABlues Dry socket 2 weeks after wisdom teeth removal?

Today is exactly 2 weeks since I got all of my wisdom teeth removed. The recovery has gone a lot better than expected with most of the pain gone by now. I've followed all the recovery instructions provided and still avoid really hard foods. I do smoke but have completely avoided this while recovering.
Tonight, after dinner, I rinsed my mouth with salt and water. I'll admit that I've gotten more comfortable with swishing and I must have gone a little too hard as I noticed right away that my bottom right wisdom tooth site felt different. It feels and looks like part of the blood clot came loose and there is bleeding in the area. I do not have any pain but it's only been an hour. I did reach out to my dentist office but it is late Friday and there was no answer to the emergency number provided.
How worried should I be? Should I anticipate any pain? Does this set back my recovery back?
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2023.06.03 04:42 Putrid-Monitor-4202 Colby Richards Has Been Found Alive and Safe in The Woodlands

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2023.06.03 04:28 Muted-Acadia7016 Medical malpractice

Hi my husband had a liver transplant September 2022. We finally got him into the dentist and honestly I'm pissed off. So if you're pre or post transplant you need medical clearance from your liver team prior to any treatment from another doctodentist. So we made my husband a dentist appointment of course he needed medical clearance to get the work done. The dental assistant front office got that clearance within days because she flat out lied to the transplant doctors saying he was in pain and proceeded to say they had him on 2 rounds of antibiotics because of this. Also told my husband if they ask to lie to them and tell them this as well. He's got another surgery coming up for stents this month and I'm honestly scared that these life saving treatments could be hindered because of this dental office. We're in So Cal do you think we have a malpractice case? I know if it interferes with his surgery we will for sure but they were so okay with this it makes me worried about others as well. This is not okay with me.
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2023.06.03 04:24 almostgrace Analyze this dream 💩 🦷

Per my MILs insistence, I am sharing a dream I had in which I went to my gastroenterologist for a colonoscopy but my GEs were my real life dentists instead. They invited me to sit in a dental style chair out in public but obviously I was embarrassed so I asked if we could do the procedure inside! So we went back into the doctors office where I had to wait another hour before knocking on their office door to ask if I could “finally get my colonoscopy”. End dream.
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2023.06.03 04:10 Clear-Improvement204 Colby Richards Has Been Found Alive and Safe in The Woodlands

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2023.06.03 04:10 InevitableTowel53 Full Update: Locator 42 Experience / Passport Success

Posting a full update here! After getting an in person appointment today for DOT of 6/3 (tomorrow), I have secured my passport!! More accurate timeline below and more about my experience at the Los Angeles Passport Agency:
4/21: Mailed my passport renewal (DS 82) with routine service and 1-2 day shipping for delivery
4/24: Arrived to Irving TX processing center
4/26: DOS received application and it’s in process
5/22: Realize I need to expedite so I call the NPIC number and they take my card information. They tell me to call back starting 5/26 for an in person appointment. I got my first passport as a teen so had no idea what these appointments were and that they were so hard to get
5/26: I call NPIC and of course they say they don’t have any appointments. My application is still in process at the New Orleans passport agency (locator 42). This is the Friday before Memorial Day so I figure not much else to do until after the holiday.
During this weekend I start to comb through Reddit threads and this is where I learn I can contact my congressmen to help with the passport process (I never knew they could help with this sort of stuff)
5/30: I email and call my congressmen’s office (Jimmy Lopez in LA) and fill out their forms. They get back to me same day and say they will put in the congressional inquiry and if that won’t speed up the process they will try and get me an appointment. I also call NPIC to check on appointments and none avail still. I also call locator 42 directly and tell them NPIC marked my app as urgent, that I got a congressional inquiry and my DOT is 6/3 but the customer service agent is extremely unhelpful
5/31: I call my congressman’s office again and let them know how unhelpful locator 42 is and they end up getting me an appointment to go in person to my local passport agency in LA on 6/2. Even though I mailed in my old passport with my application and don’t have access to my birth certificate, the guy in the office assures me to go the appointment and just bring anything I have that could work as proof of citizenship. Folks on Reddit threads also calmed my nerves since ppl said they just went with other things other than their birth certificate and were able to still be seen.
6/1: I try one last ditch effort to call locator 42 and I actually get a really nice lady who says she’ll do what she can and she marked my app as urgent but that it probably won’t make much of a difference since the next day is Friday/ the weekend is coming up and my travel is so soon.
6/2: Day of in person appointment in LA! Had a 7:30am appt. I brought my filled out DS-82 app (renewal), copy of my previous passport, passport photo, State ID (mine is from NY state), flight and hotel confirmation, and for safety I brought my apartment lease and SSN card lol but I didn’t need those in the end. I arrived at 7:20 and the line was already long. They didn’t let ppl in til closer to 8am. The line moved so slow it wasn’t until 10:30am that I was seen. At the last minute I was diverted away from the line going inside the building and through security and to one of their windows they use for will call outside. I give in my documents and am told to come back between 1:30 and 3. I come back around 12:45 and the line for pick up is even longer. I get to the front around 2:30p and they tell me my passport isn’t ready yet so I have to go inside. Inside there’s a room full of people waiting for their passports to print. I wait on a smaller line and when I get to the front they take my receipt and tell me to wait in the waiting area for then to call my name. They call my name around 4pm, hand me my passport and I’m off!
Hopefully this is helpful for someone out there as I was losing all hope. This thread definitely helped keep me sane and I wish everyone the best of luck if they are trying to get their passports, keep pushing through!
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2023.06.03 03:57 aestheticwannabee advice over braces

I went to a new dentist today over a crack in my tooth and walked out the office with a plan for getting braces. The dentist said I have an open bite and it’s my molars that are causing the gap- he said I would need braces for 30 months to get it fixed. I tried asking about other methods, but he kept insisting on braces and wouldn’t explain why anything else wouldn’t work. I don’t really understand how something like this wouldn’t have been noticed before in my previous visits? I’ve gone every year besides last yr, why did my old dentist never mention it then? I am planning on getting a second opinion from a different dental office but until then feel free to share your thoughts? My teeth are all straight, even my wisdom teeth are coming out straight, I’ve only had issues with cavities, no previous dentist had ever mentioned anything about an open bite. Is it something I could have gotten recently? My tooth cracked most likely while I was skiing but I’ve never had any straight damage or pressure to my face. The only thing I can think of is me keeping my tounge between my teeth sometimes.
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