Posted November 09, 2018 05:00:58I bought a new toothbrush last week, and the plastic tip on it has a small crack in it.
It has always been a problem, but it’s gotten worse over the last few months.
I had no idea what to do, so I went to the dentist.
I started out with a dental pick and then I got the dental floss, but nothing helped.
Then, I looked at my toothbrush.
It was missing the dentures.
I didn’t have any reason to think it was gone, so that was the first thing I did.
I called my dental team, who told me that I should have a new floss for the toothbrush, too.
So I called the store, and they said that I could get a replacement toothbrush that had the denture chip on it, or I could have a dental flux for $20.
I told them that I’d pay $20 for the floss if they sent me the new toothbrushes.
They didn’t seem to understand what I was asking for, and I ended up calling my insurance company and asking for a free replacement toothpaste.
I’m sure I could save a lot of money by getting a replacement brush.
But when I got a replacement, I realized that the flux would have to be $15.
I ended with a $20 dental flus and a $15 replacement tooth brush.
I just don’t understand why they can’t do that for free.
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