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She explains many patients are hesitant to commit to dental work that could potentially change their appearance drastically.
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CLUBBERS fooled by the bogus pills containing benzocaine, also known as benzo, could stop breathing, suffer deadly seizures or end up in a coma.
Kim's teeth could bring in a whole bunch of money! Back in 2001, Kim went to Dr. Craig Gordon to remove her silver fillings and replace them with more attractive porcelain fillings.
A BRIDGWATER dentist has narrowly escaped being banned from practising for a year after he failed to obtain indemnity insurance.
The clinic got the grant in 2010 to build the facility in Marshfield. But clinic officials say the grant is no longer needed because the clinic has addressed rural training needs in other ways, including opening 24 training centers in communities rather than in one building, creating a residency for training dentists to be rural practitioners and ... (more)
John Dawkins, who made a substantial contribution to the development of dental services in Victoria, including in regional areas, has died aged 87. He was born in Adelaide to Norman and June Dawkins.
I was born and raised on the Windward side of Oahu and graduated from Castle High School.
Kim Kardashian is so famous ... a dentist is trying to sell a judgment he got against the reality star for nearly FOUR TIMES what it's worth .... because she's just that famous.
Despite some modest improvements, poor oral health remains a major problem in the Navajo Nation and among American Indians overall, a new study shows.
As Princess Gabbara reminds in a recent ebony.com item , the idea of Dr. Lee Gause selling curated art to underwrite dental care for the uninsured makes perfect sense: Gause's dental office was once an art gallery so it's only natural, he says, that it'd be converted back to one from time to time, where works from the legendary Andy Warhol to ... (more)
Dr. Adam Bressler does dental work on a child from The Sallie House at his dental practice Dental Care Group June 28. SEMINOLE - Growing up in New York on Long Island, 1978 was a big year for Dr. Adam Bressler.
Geoffrey Stark sits in his 1964 Corvette Sting Ray, a car that has remained in Roseburg for all of its five decades.
Remote Area Medical will be returning to the Wise County Fairgrounds in Wise, Virginia from July 18-20 to provide free health care.
Can a Bluetooth toothbrush take the blues out of brushing? WSJ Personal Tech Columnist Joanna Stern tries out Oral-B's new wireless model.
When David Desplaces teaches business students, he repeatedly reminds them to seek educational opportunities in places that stretch their comfort zones and global mindset.
Businesses that don't generate sales tax -- health clubs, dry cleaners, dentists and the like -- can now be considered again for spots on Randall Road in Batavia.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 06:15 am
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