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3 years ago i had a cavity that my dentist had drilled and filled several times. eventually he decided to do a root canal and put a crown on. now ive learned that the crown is far to big for my teeth and it has caused the surrounding teeth to crack. also because the crown isnt flush with the tooth i have pretty serious gum disease only surrounding this area. the cost to have the cracked teeth fixed (which now need a crown of their own), replace the crown that doesnt fit, and now to deal with the gum disease exeeds 2 thousand dollars! i definately dont have that. now the statute of limitations in connecticut for dental malpractice is 2 years. this happened 3 years ago. but since the nerve was removed i didnt feel any pain so i had no clue there was a problem. can i get around this?
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