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Sunday, September 28, 2014

MAN EXTRACTS ALL HIS TEETH WITH PLIERS - DIY Dentistry Saved $2,000

Man pulls out own teeth with pliers


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By Daily Mail Reporter


A former soldier pulled his own teeth out with a pair of pliers because he could not find a dentist to take on NHS patients.

Iraq War veteran Ian Boynton could not afford to go private for treatment so instead took the drastic action to remove 13 of his teeth that were giving him severe pain.

The 42-year-old, from Beverley, East Yorkshire, had not had his teeth looked at since seeing the army dentist in 2003. He had not been registered with a dentist of his own since 2001.


Ian Boynton


DIY: Ian Boynton pulled out 13 of his teeth with a pair of pliers because he couldn’t afford a dentist

He said: ‘I’ve tried to get in at 30 dentists over the last eight years but have never been able to find one to take on NHS patients.’

But when Mr Boynton started suffering from toothache in 2006 he decided to take drastic action.

He said: ‘I started having pain in a front tooth, which protruded slightly more than the others. I was constantly fiddling with it and wiggling it because it hurt so much.

‘In the end I knew it had to come out and had to use the pliers to pull it.  Amazingly, it did not hurt as much as you might think.

‘I think I’d been prising it that much in the meantime that I’d been killing the nerve.’

In the last two years Mr Boynton has pulled out 13 top teeth including molars, incisors and canines. He now only has two teeth left in the roof of his mouth.

He served as a medic in Iraq in 2003, but six months after leaving the Territorial Army had an accident while working as a paint sprayer that aggravated an old back injury.

Unemployed Mr Boynton, who is single, said: ‘It’s a horrible situation to be in when you can’t afford to go to the dentist when your teeth were so bad.’

In a stroke of ill-timed luck he has now finally found a dentist to take him on.

Mr Boynton said: ‘I think the situation has improved slightly because of all the uproar. Unfortunately it came too late for me.

‘I desperately needed a dentist because, although I’m no longer in pain, I need to have false teeth as I’m finding it difficult to eat.

‘Unfortunately I can’t make false teeth myself.’

A spokesman for NHS East Riding of Yorkshire said Mr Boynton’s case gave an ‘inaccurate scare-mongering picture of dental service provision in East Yorkshire based solely on the claims of one man’

The spokesman said: ‘As well as 34 dental practices, we have seven dental access centres across East Riding of Yorkshire, including Beverley, where Mr. Boynton could access a full range of NHS dentist services.

‘So there is absolutely no reason why anyone should have to resort to pulling out their own teeth.  NHS East Riding of Yorkshire has invested around 1 million in helping dentists target new patients.  At many of our dental practices appointments are being offered to new patients within two weeks.

‘Our local out-of-hours and Accident and Emergency Services would have both been able to give Mr. Boynton details of how to access emergency/urgent dental services if he had approached them.’

Ed- DIY Dentistry - He forgot the anesthesia!  Downing some tequila or whiskey prior to having a friend plier his teeth out would have been be far less painful. That's the way they used to do it a century ago in Western countries.
The poor fellow claims he applied at 30 clinics to find one that would take his NHS. Board Certified dentists in Mexico and Asia don't take NHS plans either, but they charge 50-75% less than dentists in the West.
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