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Another one bites the dust.

Posted by telljan - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by buster-784461 - 3 years ago

When i mentioned ' gold crown' to my dentist he gave me a very strange look!!!

he offered porceline or a silver metal!

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Posted by winda1 - 3 years ago

€1,100!  I might just cash mine in that I got from the NHS during pregnancy????!!!

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Posted by telljan - 3 years ago

Thank you, Moi. xx

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Posted by moi-383589 - 3 years ago

It does telljan but bretonne's phrase was a bit smoother

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Posted by bretonne - 3 years ago

??

"The dentist in England suggested fitting a gold crown - do you agree?

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Posted by telljan - 3 years ago

Does it not say anything remotely like "It was suggested in England that I need a gold crown??!

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Posted by Exmansworthy-10052202 - 3 years ago

A gold crown on my last visit &  quote was 1100 €uros !!!!!

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Posted by bretonne - 3 years ago

Perhaps say "le dentiste en Angleterre m'a proposé une couronne dentaire en or - etes vous d'accord?"

She is lovely, very kind if you are nervous (like me!)