Dentist shortage led Newtown woman to pull out 11 of her teeth

By countytimes.co.uk

6 months ago 1568 views

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A Newtown woman has told how she resorted to pulling 11 of her own teeth out as she struggled to find an NHS dentist in the county.

Andrea Morris of Newtown has been struggling to find dentist since before lockdown, and ultimately started extracting her own teeth as the pain she was experiencing became too much to bear.

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