Danielle Watts, 42, who lives in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, had to turn to a DIY approach to alleviate her suffering. She could no longer afford the terrible toothache, and could not afford private treatment.

As the 42-year-old said in an interview with British media, everything fell apart after her former doctor suddenly closed the clinic. For the past six years, the woman has been trying to find another NHS dentist who would agree to see her and her two children, 12-year-old Oscar and 8-year-old Elisa.

But she has heard everywhere that there are no public service places, and she cannot afford private treatment. The real problem came when her teeth started cracking and she was in constant pain. – In the past few years, I have been suffering from severe gum disease and My teeth started to fade one by one says the woman.

The 42-year-old was taking painkillers every day, but despite desperate calls to dentists, she kept hitting the wall. Nobody wants to see new patients on the NHS!

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