Waiting till the last moment

So if your dental insurance is running out in less than two weeks and you haven’t been to the dentist for years while you had good dental insurance, whose fault is it when we can’t get you in so that you can get all seven fillings and two hours of cleaning and maybe a root canal and a crown or two done in those two weeks? 

People have no qualms about putting the pressure on us. 

Mostly they are fearful people but — how do we be gentle and patient under the circumstances?  Getting that much dental work done in less than two weeks is going to hurt…if we can even do it;  which I doubt.

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  1. Gail

    Hear hear! There is no dental insurance in Sweden and yet we get these same pressures from people in pain, people going on holiday next week, people with their own busy work schedules, etc. One of the biggest issues in the upcoming national election in Sweden is a nationalized dental insurance – one which will put time and financial limits on dental treatment plans and insure that dentists can no longer set fair prices for the highly qualified work they do, among other things.