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Hamslice

Dental Appointment At 60%

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All,

I see on MyHealthyVet that I was just scheduled for 2 dental appointments, 1 in April and 1 in June. I called the VA and dialed the extension to the dental office and got there voice mail twice. The last time I left a call back number and name. Haven't heard from them yet.

Any ideas why. I am only at 60%.

In 2004, I was sent to the VA for a dental exam after coming back from Iraq and they did an x-ray on my teeth, however, the VA dentist had had a family emergency and was not there for my appointment. They where going to reschedule me, however, I was on active duty (NG-AGR) and the state DMA paid for all of my dental, so I told them I would take care of it. I believe, I was eligible for a cleaning and a exam and get anything fixed one time since coming back from Iraq.

It may have something to do with returning from Iraq. I had to see a psychologist also.

Hamslice

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All,

I see on MyHealthyVet that I was just scheduled for 2 dental appointments, 1 in April and 1 in June. I called the VA and dialed the extension to the dental office and got there voice mail twice. The last time I left a call back number and name. Haven't heard from them yet.

Any ideas why. I am only at 60%.

In 2004, I was sent to the VA for a dental exam after coming back from Iraq and they did an x-ray on my teeth, however, the VA dentist had had a family emergency and was not there for my appointment. They where going to reschedule me, however, I was on active duty (NG-AGR) and the state DMA paid for all of my dental, so I told them I would take care of it. I believe, I was eligible for a cleaning and a exam and get anything fixed one time since coming back from Iraq.

It may have something to do with returning from Iraq. I had to see a psychologist also.

Hamslice

You are probably correct in your assumption(s). One way to find out...............................sit in the chair and open wide (and tell 'em when you gotta spit.)!:tongue:

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