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First you should have your decayed molar pulled out at the dentist's. We have to spend a lot of money if you have a false molar implanted at the moment. So, wait. By saving money, later you can have a false molar implanted. Today I will go to the citizen center and then I will call you around 5 pm, so you should prepare to go out with the baby. You should have a teeth chech-up and if a dentist has time to deal with your decayed tooth, she will pull it out. If not, we have to book the date.

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    First you should have your decayed molar pulled out at the dentist's office. We would have to spend a lot of money if you have a false molar implanted at the moment. So, wait. By saving money, later you can have a false molar implanted. Today I will go to the citizen center, and then I will call you around 5 pm, so you should prepare to go out with the baby. You should have a dental check-up, and if a dentist has time to deal with your decayed tooth, she will pull it out. If not, we have to make another appointment.

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