Anyone know of a charity that supplies Free Oral Surgery?
I hold tried all local programs, my state's 211 hotline, the research program surrounded by Austin, Donated Dental Services, United Way, Salvation Army, the dental credit card, and dental colleges.
As impossible as it sounds, I cannot be numbed. This would have to be complete sedation, not basically an office article.
It will be extensive & expensive and most insurance companies run screaming away from me, so, please, no insurance people trying to go their plans here.
Does anyone know of any kind of Oral Surgeons Group, resembling an Association or something, that provides free help similar to this?
It's possible that I might have Trigemial Neuralgia as capably, since my face spasms clearly, but it won't be diagnosed as such until these teeth are removed. I'm also periodically losing my vison temporarily, supposedly due to the infection which won't clear up even with repeated treatment.
I don't know how far it is from you but since you mentioned Austin I'm guessing you might be capable of make it to Temple? Don't know if it will comfort you but my sister was competent to get some dental surgery approaching what you describe at Scott & White and it cost her nothing, she said it be a dental school near or something?
I'm not in Texas and I'm not indisputable of the names of the places but I'm sure that's pretty close to right.
gawd tolerate me know!! too bad dental comfort isn't offered for Americans
Wow, that is a horrible situation! I would contact the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons and see if they can confer you a recommendation directly. Sometimes your condition insurance will cover the sedation part, I would research that near your benefits advisor. I don't know if you're going to be able to find something free, but probably a reduced rate and/or payment arrangement. I option you the best of luck.
No, but I hear dental care is cheaper across the border.
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