to the dentist and they could not use the little machine to take off the plaque.They had to scrape it off the old way.Every time they put that machine on my teeth it would send that sound to my right ear with the T.I couldn't take it.The dentist said that i would have to take 2 valuim next time or i won't be able to have the fillings done.Does this happen to anyone else? The noise didn't affect my T.,but everytime that machine hits my teeth it sends it straight to my ear.It doesn't send it to my left ear.Is my right ear just so sensitive.Any advice or know why it does that?
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