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Tooth decay has become a major problem among young children, and pediatric dentists are urging parents to take steps such as limiting sugary snacks and drinks. They also now advise brushing with a small amount of fluoride toothpaste and having a
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a law to increase the standards of care for mobile dental facilities. The law requires mobile dental units to get permits from the Department of Community Health, and it gives the department more authority to oversee them.
Government tsar calls for drastic changes to speed up treatment Under new system, dentists must spend longer assessing each patient In a bid to reduce waiting times, patients could see therapists, who have studied for three years, instead of dentists,
A model of his teeth and dental crown will be displayed to promote mouth cancer awareness. To be hosted by a group of dentists, the event scheduled for May will involve costumes, music, and free mouth cancer screenings, say organisers. The "Hound Dog"
Alaskans have been lining up for a two-day clinic offering free dental care in Anchorage. The effort called the Alaska Mission of Mercy was set to begin Friday morning. The Anchorage Daily News (http://is.gd/lhSNYr) says 59-year-old ZhanCai Hanna Lee
Dr. Stephanie Wong dedicates her time and efforts to ensure each patient walks out of her office with a healthy, happy smile. Because of her top-notch dentistry techniques and caring demeanor, Dr. Wong received a top award-being one of Honolulu
The ministry wants to expand the work which dental hygienists are allowed to do from 2017 but dentists say the measure is a way of cutting spending on healthcare by the back door. While dental hygienists do very valuable work in monitoring patients'
Colgate-Palmolive and Countdown launch promotion to encourage Kiwis to get their teeth checked. In what's believed to be a New Zealand first, 190 dental practices are each offering twenty five $35 dental check-up discount vouchers through a new
In addition, I am a past president of the Santa Clara County Dental Society, a group of more than 1,500 dentists dedicated to promoting the oral health of the public and the practice environment of our members. I testified at the Santa Clara Valley
State's Medicaid program paid cheating dentists for questionable billings: report A new federal report will be released Wednesday showing that shady dentists and orthodontists billed the state's Medicaid program for questionable procedures on