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You are entitled to appeal decisions whenever a claim for benefits is denied by Medicaid. I suggest you contact your local Medicaid office...
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It sounds like you've been able to receive low-cost care through a community based health clinic. If you're income is low enough...
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Hi I would  not bother till your of the antis, these will kill all what your hoping that will do you good. I would wait till your back off the...
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I used have that after my teeth whiting for about 1mth but my sensitivity is still here after a year do not whiten teeth not worth the pain it's...
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Because your bodies at rest during the digestion process and it makes you sleepy
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The American Heart Association has this Sodium Tracker:http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Conditions/More/MyHeartandStrokeNews/How-to-Track-Your...
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Dental coverage is one of the essential health benefits that must be made available to children in new health plans. It's not a guaranteed...
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You would need to buy a private dental insurance plan. You can go to websites such as eHealthinsurance.com, GetInsured.com or Delta Dental to search...
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If you mean dry mouth as in when you wake up then you are likely just snoring but otherwise yes, there are many medications that cause both of these...
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It sounds like this is a medical, rather than a dental issue even though the pain may be in your mouth. If that's the case, Medicare should cover...
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There are a few ways you can look into getting your dental needs taken care of at a lower cost.Dental discount plans are not insurance but offer...
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Hi You must have a funny way of working in the states, in the UK they set the ex-ray up and the dentist and his nurse go out of the room, so why...
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Dangerous? No. A 50 year old can have a tooth extracted by a dentist. No problems.
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Shouldn't be any more dangerous than at any other age.  Just make sure you tell your dentist if you are regularly taking blood thinners...
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No, I think you should have a root canal. Kill the infection, and hopefully save your tooth. You want to have your teeth as long as you possibly can...
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