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  1. Patterson Cos. reports 1Q profit of $29.7 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Tribune

    On a per-share basis, the St. Paul, Minnesota-based company said it had profit of 30 cents. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, came to 47 cents per share from continuing operations.

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  2. USA - Why do poor kids get more cavities?Read the original story

    Friday | UK Against Fluoridation

    By Sarah Uehara Despite decades of community water fluoridation, fluoride toothpaste use, improvements in nutrition and hygiene education, dental caries - also known as cavities - remain the most common childhood disease in America. They lead to pain, infections, nutritional deficits, lack of sleep, poor concentration, slower physical growth and a loss of about a dozen school hours per child.

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  3. Jackie Kelly's struggle to balance motherhood and work as a Howard government ministerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Age

    In an extract from the new book Working It Out: Career, Family and You, by Jayne Anderson, former MP Jackie Kelly admits she never wanted children, but says once she had them, she struggled to be both a parent and a politician. Jackie Kelly and her husband, Gary Clark, at one stage employed two nannies to help look after their two children.

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  4. Brasch WordsCHEAP-Shot Ads Cost McCAIN DearlyRead the original story

    Friday | American Reporter

    This is the documentary by James Marsh that tells the story of the moment in August 1974 when 24-year-old French daredevil, juggler, tightrope walker and pickpocket Philippe Petit stepped out on a wire strung between the two towers of the World Trade Center and, holding a balance bar, danced in the air for an awe-inspiring 45 minutes. The film won two awards at Sundance, is rated at 100 percent on the site Rotten Tomatoes.com, received ecstatic reviews, and will be released on DVD on December 9th.

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  5. American Dental Excellence Offering IV Sedation DentistryRead the original story

    Friday | PR.com

    Dr. Kenneth Polke, , founder of American Dental Excellence in the Denver area, has begun offering a new pain-free, anxiety-free dental experience. The procedure, known as sedation dentistry, uses an IV sedation to relax the patient and make them comfortable during the operation.

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  6. Surrey Dental Practice Introduces Invisalign ServicesRead the original story

    Friday | Emailwire.com

    Surrey,BC -- Derna Dental , a dental clinic for restorative and cosmetic dentistry, has announced the introduction of the Invisalign clear braces for all its patients in the Surrey area. It is a continuation of the clinic's mission to provide quality dental services to all their patients.

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  7. Vancouver Cosmetic Dentist Introduces Invisalign ServiceRead the original story

    Friday | Emailwire.com

    ... admits Bay Dental Centre's Granville Street dentist , Dr. David Maycher, who now teaches at the UBC Faculty of Dentistry after teaching dentistry at University of Manitoba for eight years. "With these clear braces, our patients are ecstatic that ...

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  8. Los Angeles Dentist Office, Sunset Plaza Dental, Provides Tips for Various Dental EmergenciesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | 24-7 Press Release

    ... emergency care they need. About Sunset Plaza Dental Dr. Poneh Ghasri is a top Los Angeles dentist and a cosmetic dentistry expert. After earning her degree in neuroscience from the University of California, Los Angeles, Dr. Ghasri continued her ...

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  9. 'Lion Killer Dentist' costume that includes severed head sparks outrageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | GlobalNews

    There was global outrage surrounding the killing of a lion named Cecil in Zimbabwe by a Minnesota dentist in July. The hunter, Walter Palmer, was forced to abandon his dental practice and go into hiding as the outrage grew.

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  10. Veteran receives new smile for his wedding dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WPMT-TV York

    Marine Corporal Frank Jackson so was embarrassed by his teeth he nearly postponed his wedding. He had had some dental care, but lost his job and was not able to afford the rest of the work.

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  11. Study Results from University of California Update Understanding of...Read the original story

    Thursday | Insurance News Net

    We examined county-level rates of ED visits for nontraumatic dental conditions in twenty-nine states in 2010 in relation to dental provider density and coverage of nonemergency dental services. Higher density of dental providers was associated with lower rates of dental ED visits by patients with covered nonemergency dental services than in other states, although this difference was not significant after other factors were adjusted for."

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  12. Patterson Cos. reports 1Q profit of $29.7 millionRead the original story

    Thursday | Marshall Independent

    On a per-share basis, the St. Paul, Minnesota-based company said it had profit of 30 cents. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, came to 47 cents per share from continuing operations.

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  13. Patterson Companies Receives "Market Perform" Rating from William BlairRead the original story

    Thursday | AmericanBankingNews.com

    's stock had its "market perform" rating reiterated by equities research analysts at William Blair in a report released on Thursday, Marketbeat reports. Patterson Companies traded down 6.30% during mid-day trading on Thursday, reaching $45.94.

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  14. Healthy Smiles for Kids chooses H.B. resident as dental directorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Wave

    ... in our communities." Wilks started the new job on Aug. 1. She graduated with honors from the UCLA School of Dentistry as a doctor of dental surgery. Her post-doctoral education includes both a general practice residency at Rancho Los Amigos National ...

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  15. Pediatric Dentist, Dr. Amy Luedemann-Lazar Brings Myofunctional...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PRWeb

    ... Facebook Page. Both Dr. Luedemann-Lazar and Dr. Rachael Garrett are diplomates of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and participate professionally with many organizations promoting oral health in children. To learn more about Kidstown Dental ...

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  16. Sir Mike Rake's corporate progress keeps him spinning an awful lot of platesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Independent

    James Moore is the Independent's Associate Business Editor and writes the Outlook City comment column from Tuesday to Friday. He also has a keen interest in disability issues and when not attempting to further injure himself playing wheelchair basketball.

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  17. Are Pakistan's female medical students to be doctors or wives?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | BBC News

    In Pakistan's prestigious medical schools, female students outshine and outnumber their male counterparts. However, many do not end up as practicing doctors - and now there are calls to limit their numbers, the BBC's Amber Shamsi in Islamabad reports.

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  18. Mathias suggests splitting Dabney site between dentist, Boys and Girls ClubRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Orlando Sentinel

    Lines were drawn and votes were cast in a fiery debate about whether the former Dabney Elementary School site in Leesburg would become a place for fixing teeth or mentoring children. Board member Bill Mathias said a local engineer recently determined the 4-acre parcel has enough space for both a dentist's office and a new Boys and Girls Club, and officials are looking at dividing the lot between the two.

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  19. Editorial: HuntingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Free Press

    Earlier this summer, a controversial trophy hunt in Zimbabwe led the international community to take to social media to express its collective outrage over the killing of a 13-year-old Southwest African lion. Cecil, as the lion was called, was killed by Walter Palmer, a dentist and recreational big game hunter from the United States who is said to have paid upwards of $50,000USD to hunt lions in Africa's wild.

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  20. Patterson Cos. shares fall as 1Q misses forecastsRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 27 | Marshall Independent

    Shares of Patterson Cos. fell sharply Thursday after the medical supplies maker reported weaker-than-expected results for its fiscal first quarter.

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