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  Reply # 1343140 14-Jul-2015 15:55
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Has anyone been to the Auckland Dental Hospital at Greenlane and know the process? What time in the morning you need to be there to have a chance of being seen etc..

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  Reply # 1343146 14-Jul-2015 15:59
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I assume you're referring to the relief of pain clinic thing?

ays you get the board at 6.45am so maybe get there half an hour earlier just to be safe. It's first come first serve unless there's an emergency patient who will obviously get priority. 

I've never been but my fathers been to the Middlemore one (which is the same) and said it was quite busy. 

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  Reply # 1343432 15-Jul-2015 05:59
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There is also tooth extraction at Greenlane clinic, $400 per wisdom tooth.. I'm there now at 6am and today they're taking a maximum of five patients. I'm fifth in the queue so will see what happens.

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  Reply # 1343433 15-Jul-2015 06:06
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wow, no appointments, first in best dressed?

Swype on iOS is detrimental to accurate typing. Apologies in advance.

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  Reply # 1345186 16-Jul-2015 09:48
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$40 dollars for a quick and cheerful wisdom tooth extraction at Greenlane. ~$200 for more complex oral surgery needing sedation instead of a local anaesthetic. Just had mine pulled out,worth the early wake up.

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