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Welcome to the UK Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia Forum (UKCLLForum)

Welcome to the UK's only specific forum for the patients, families, friends and carers of those diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia (CLL).

About This Forum
The UK Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia Forum (UKCLLForum) has been created specifically for the patients, families, friends and carers of those diagnosed with CLL within the United Kingdom. We recognise the specific needs and wishes of these members and have designed this website to satisfy this criterion. We also appreciate that because this medical condition affects those generally over 55 years old, there may be a reluctance to use such a resource as this, and in addition, the British culture is a little more reserved than other countries. We would therefore strongly urge you to overcome these obstacles and subscribe to this forum.

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Reply within the topic - Dental
Replied On: Jan 12, 2017 11:11am
Yanni

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Just an update, after over 30days of waiting for my dentist for an emergency appointment the dentist finally saw me and once again did not take seriously the fact that the tooth had lost the repair and the other one had half a repair intact, the fact that I have high blood counts were not considered and still delayed the process even further, I finally had to go to another dentist who referred me to a dental surgeon.
A full mouth xray exposed a even worse situation on the left side, it appears the swelling I had brought to the attention at the time just before the dx back in 2008/09 was an infected molar which has been busy infecting me all along but the other tooth behind was extracted instead.
So now on the 91 st day after I had ask for an emergency appointment the 2 molars on the right side have been extracted on the 21st December, on the 18th January next Wednesday the one on the left will be extracted. I was given the option of a root canal treatment of the molar on the left hand lower side but I refused, I want the tooth extracted and by doing so I hope to prove my theory that the source of the so called CLL is dental. Oh once again must mention NO TOOTHACHE PRESSENT and it turns out all the 3 molars which are finally been attended to are NOT ROOT CANALS either. So the no pain issue may be the reason why the dental source of our so called CLL goes unnoticed.