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AmberTech 1010 NE 34th Street
United States

Phone number: (903) 739-2128

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(903) 739-2128
AmberTech 1010 NE 34th Street
Paris , Texas
United States – 75462 is not affiliated, associated, authorized, endorsed by, or in any way officially connected with AmberTech Technology Holding Company, LLC, or any of its subsidiaries or its affiliates. The use in this website and/or in related promotional print or video material of trademarked names and images is strictly for editorial and descriptive purposes.

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non-observance of hygiene norms and low-quality work

For the second year in a row I have been visiting dentist Liga Kundzinsh, who works at P. Stradina KUS. I have been to her several times in one year with the same dental problem. Her repaired teeth have to go and be repaired again every 3-4 months, because seals fall out again and again, or after a while the tooth repaired two months ago starts to hurt. Over the last year, I've noticed that the doctor has started working without rubber gloves, and if she thinks so, something has been wrong with my dental gums ever since. Here, on one side, here on the other side, above the upper teeth, every now and then, such as white bumps appear, which grow larger when the gums start to hurt quite badly and also the teeth under them. When I mentioned this to a doctor at one visit,she looked at me with a regretful look and determined, "Although those modern people have remained so sensitive, they complain about some small bumps there. Well don't pay attention to them, it's not terrible. " My coworker, who had gone to another dentist with a similar problem at another clinic there, the dentists did not treat these "tiny pumps" so lightly - they made an X-ray and, finding that there was a build-up of pus, did everything necessary to remove them. I recently covered my upper jaw with heliom material because they had been repaired so many times over and over again that they didn't look like anything else. And now, less than 4 weeks later, one of these expensive and white teeth has reappeared this little pump and is already starting to hurt. How much money will still have to be spent with dentistsso that they finally fix their teeth and don't have your gums in addition? Maybe it's a profit technique: bad fix, so that after a while you have to come again and again, so that the cash flow does not run out...

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