Hi, this is not for cosmetic reasons and I can't find any other means of raising the money to achieve this. I had a dental procedure when I was younger which over time has left left two canine incisors shown in the x-ray attached. These have impacted and now sit sideways in my upper jaw. In order to have them removed a bone graft is needs to be placed to build up the bone for a base for implants. I'm in the middle of a separation and divorce which has meant using all my savings and allowing my wife to take a chunk of them which has left me short and having to take out a bank loan. But still way short of the target.
I've exhausted the possibility of going to Hungary to get this done as dentists in the UK I've spoken to will not touch work done by an overseas dentist. And I'm backed into a corner. The website link outlines the procedure and an x-ray showing them in my jaw. I'd put this off for ages as I thought I could manage to fund it, but it's just beyond my means I appreciate money for all of us is tight, but a donation of £10 if that's not too much, would make it achievable if around only 1,500 people were to donate. It's become a bit time critical now as it's going to take a considerable time from the bone graft before any other work can be carried out. With the impending divorce, my three young boys and everything that has been going on has taken it's toll. I'm not sleeping well and in a prety dark place having been prescribed anti depressants and sleeping pills. I thought a visit to a local NHS dentist would have been an answer, where I was referred to dental teaching hospital in London. Guy's Hospital take on difficult cases to train their dentists, sadly I've had no response from them either. Thank you so much for taking the time to read this, even a little will help in achieving my target.