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Neck ache linked to dental drill

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Your recent article about tooth root treatments recalled the problems of a friend of mine, who had undergone such treatment for an upper molar

Your recent article about tooth root treatments recalled the problems of a friend of mine, who had undergone such treatment for an upper molar.

For several years, she had neck, throat and upper torso aches and pains, and after a battery of tests, the GP could not find the cause of the problem. She began to think she had cancer. She suffered psoriasis on her arms and hands.

Fortunately, during a routine dental check up, a different dentist took an X-ray of the area and, to his astonishment, found there were some tiny holes drilled right through into her sinus cavity.

This had caused the problems she'd been suffering. Kath Morrell, Powys.........


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