THIS HAS DEPRESSED ME INSIDE OUT.......

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THIS HAS DEPRESSED ME INSIDE OUT.......



HI My story is about my bad teeth and dental issues that just are very depressing and embarrassing to deal with on a daily basis........I Have A few broken teeth In Top and my bottom row is very loose and are starting to fall out one by one very depressing and embarrassing especially out in public.If you kniw anyway for me to get help I would greatly appreciate it!!! As Currently have no income and trying to seek employment I will do whatever just to get my smile back I need a job And the Way My teeth look, Especially If there falling Out, Will Most Likely Hinder Me From A Job, Much Less A Career..This Has been such a worrisome burden to me, and I feel horriable everyday as I like many just cant afford dental work its too expensive. All I want is to be able to eat without feeling like another tooth will fall when I chew..just able to smile freely, openly, without worry that people see how terriable shape of my mouth is in.I cant even smile I hate this. It is hard when you have a bad smile, or bad teeth and you contantly feel insecure and your relationships with people are affected by this personal And in Professional Aspect. MY Mouth How Ever Depresses Me!! Need To Find some kind help and Way to Fix This So That I Can Smile Freely Instead Of Looking Away or Covering My Mouth or Not Smiling At All...Thanks To All Reading This Any Advice or Help of AnyBody or AnyPlace That Could Help My Stiuation Will Be Apprciated and God Bless For Reaching Out....!!!!! :) :(




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Aracely, I think it takes a lot of courage to share something that you feel self-conscious about. Musole has pointed out some good resources below, but you could also check out some of your local university dental schools. I hear they sometimes do dental work at very discounted prices. Best of luck!!

Apr 21, 2015 - 4:02 PM by Courtland L

Morning aracely t. I know first hand how expensive dental work is. As you've pointed out, it also makes it harder to get work too. Some states have charity or mercy care programs that help people with low or no income and with no insurance meet their healthcare needs. Check with your local state or county hospital and ask for the charity or mercy care department to help you with your health expenses. The application asks questions like past employment, any government assistance you're getting, other sources of income. Other questions may depend on the state you live in. The American Dental Association (ADA) also has a similar program which you can find here: http://www.ada.org/en/ . There is a list of other organizations or charities that offer free or discounted services: http://charity.lovetoknow.com/List_of_Nonprofit_Organizations. I hope this helps,, please reach out again if you have any questions.

Apr 21, 2015 - 10:08 AM by Musole K

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