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What do you do when its the dentist who keeps canceling appointments?

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2009-04-21 06:51:18
2009-04-21 06:51:18

That's easy. Find a new dentist.

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It will most of the time cost more, but it depends from dentist to dentist. You should ask your health professional about their fees for that kind of appointments.



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dont be there friend no more no other things i could think of sorry


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By brushing and flossing your teeth regularly and by getting regular dentist appointments. If you have excessive plaque, talk to your dentist about it. There are special toothpastes and things like that they can give you.


Elie keeps pretending he is sick in order to avoid the dentist.


The US spelling does not double the L (canceling, canceled)but the UK spelling does (cancelling, cancelled).Either is considered correct.Present tenseI cancel / we cancel / they cancelyou cancelhe, she, it cancels / they cancelPresent PerfectI / we / you / they have canceled he, she, it has canceledPresent progressiveI am canceling / we are canceling / they are cancelingyou are cancelinghe, she, it is cancelingPresent Perfect ProgressiveI / you /we / they have been cancelinghe, she, it has been canceling---Past TenseI / we /you/ he, she, it / they canceledPast PerfectI / we /you/ he, she, it / they had canceledPast progressiveI was canceling / we were canceling / they were cancelingyou were cancelinghe, she, it was cancelingPast Perfect ProgressiveI / you /we / they / he, she, it had been canceling---Future TenseI / we /you /they /he, she, it / will cancelFuture PerfectI / we /you/ they/ he, she, it / will have canceledFuture progressiveI / we / you / they / he, she, it will be cancelingFuture Perfect ProgressiveI / we /you /they /he, she, it will have been canceling


Yes. If they only do appointments and you walk in, unless your really needy and they have no patients. They could refuse if they are about to close.


You make appointments to go see people at a determined time, like the doctor or dentist. You can also make appointments to meet with people or to go for a job interview. In addition, appointment can be used to refer to a position held by someone. For example, people are appointed to jobs.


It depends on how many you've missed and if it's a private dentist. The general rule is if you miss 3 or more appointments but sometimes it can be less. Sorry =D


At regular appointments (how regular depends on which dentist you use. It will typically be quarterly or semi-annually) or if there is something wrong with their teeth or any other part of their mouth.


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American English is canceling.British English is cancelling.



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Don't ask her out anymore. She like the attention that you give her. If you stop asking she might ask you. Girls like to play hard to get. I'm a girl I should know :) leave her. she seems to be pre-occupied. but b4 u do, ask y she keeps canceling dates. it could be that she is cheating. Or she seriously just is busy. but it wouldn't hurt to ask


497,990 BCE, but nobody knew it. Way back then, they didn't keep track of the date, because nobody had any dentist appointments.


Of course you can. Just call around. You'll probably have to have his records faxed to the new place.


No, an apple a day keeps the doctor away! It would help with dental health, as it exercises the jaw and teeth and doesn't have the sugar that candy would.


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Checks and balances. The Executive branch has power over (checks the power of) the Judiciary branch by way of choosing who to appoint. The Legislative branch has power over (keeps in check) the Judiciary branch by way of choosing whether to confirm the appointments. The Legislative Branch also has power over (keeps in check) the Executive branch because the appointments to the Supreme Court require their approval.


There are emergency dentists and all dentists keep at least two to three extra appointments open for emergencies. Please see a dentist today! There is no way you can keep your jaw still.


Keeps me from being late and keep appointments. Unless you're talking about the Coldplay song, but that's a different story. :)



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