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Root Canal question for the docs?

Smetelica

New Member
Hi docs,

I have a quick question regarding dental work as I go into OCS. I have recently been to my dentist and told that I will probably need a root canal on one of my molars. I am headed to OCS on March 10th and if I can have the root canal completed there, or whatever work is required, I would prefer to do that. I asked my recruiter about it and he said any work will be done there, but it was a quickly fired off answer. Im an over-worrier, and I wanted to get another take on this. For starters, is this something I should do now, or just wait(I want to avoid the cost of it if possible? Second, Is this the kind of thing that could have me rolled at OCS?

Thanks Guys.
 

BackOrdered

Well-Known Member
Contributor
Your recruiter is right. And as far as being rolled, we had guys getting wisdoms pulled and go LIMDU/SIQ, but not roll.

Even if you do, big deal honestly.
 

Spekkio

He bowls overhand.
Unless your tooth needs work immediately, you'll get it done in candio stage, so you won't roll for 1-2 days siq. If you roll to H for other reasons earlier then they might do it then.
 

Wiremo47

New Member
If there is some issue with your teeth then it is very important to follow all of the instructions that are recommended to you by the dentist, this way you will be able to cure easily and in less time. I had a little sensitivity in my teeth so I've been following the dental care routine suggested by my dentist Manhattan Beach. Already seeing really good improvement.
 

Swanee

Self aware since 2014
pilot
Contributor
If there is some issue with your teeth then it is very important to follow all of the instructions that are recommended to you by the dentist, this way you will be able to cure easily and in less time. I had a little sensitivity in my teeth so I've been following the dental care routine suggested by my dentist Manhattan Beach. Already seeing really good improvement.
6 years ago.
 
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