So a few days ago I went to the dentist for a regural cleaning. I know it has been a long while since I last went in for a dental cleaning so I was worried about having a cavity or something. The dentist told me I did not have any cavities.
However, he showed me were my teeth at the bottom were stain up some from smoking. It was on the back side of my bottom front teeth. I though he would have scraped the stains off when he was cleaning my teeth but they did not.
The dentist starting checking my gums with the measuring tool where he said I had mostly 3’s and 4’s. and a few 2’s. He said I needed a deep cleaning which would cost me a total of $400.00 without insurance. Also get this having the deep cleaning still will not remove the stains from prior smoking. He said I would need my teeth whiten for that.
Does this sound correct to you? I am I being taken for a ride I can not really afford? Should I be looking for an second dental opinion on wheather or not I need a deep cleaning?
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