What is ZEEDENTISTRY?

ZEEDENTISTRY is a FREE dental website to ask questions and get answers. You can learn how to become a dentist, you can learn about oral health, and most importantly, you can get a second opinion from a Canadian trained dentist: Dr. Zee

DISCLAIMER: I am not advising you over your dentist. Your dentist has met you, diagnosed your problems, and will be the one to treat you. By asking a question, you agree that we are not to be held liable for your dental conditions or the actions you chose. If you do not agree, do not ask a question.

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So you’re confused about what your dentist told you. Maybe unsure of the treatment recommended to you. You’re not alone. I can help. As a dentist trained in Canada, I can give you advice on your teeth. Think of me as a second opinion. But understand that I will not tell you that your current dentist is right or wrong, However, I will tell you what I think you need as if you were my patient sitting in my dental chair.  If you have x-rays or photos of your teeth, send them to info@zeedentistry.com or reply below and we can discuss your options.

3 thoughts on “What is ZEEDENTISTRY?

  1. [Because Internet usage]Because Internet usage, and news consumption in general, typically drop over the weekends, when someone puts out news that they hope few people will notice, they usually announce it Friday late afternoon or evening.

  2. have itchy pain in gums after root canal re-treat and lance procedures. the abscess area seems better but upper and lower gums are so irritable I want to floss the gums til they bleed (although I don’t). the endodontist that handled the procedures says this is not normal and I should seek advise elsewhere.

  3. I went to have my teeth pulled for dentures and just before they put me under they present a form for me to sign if I wanted them to “scrape or smooth…” the bone. I asked why and they replied that it would get all the pieces and make it smooth. Plus, it would be an extra $565.00. I told them no due to the fact they never said anything prier and I was already spending well over $1500. just to pull them. Is it a common practice to charge extra for cleaning the pieces?

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