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But I am neither a doctor nor a dentist," said Miss Leeson, with a shiver.
Parker gave her the incredulous, pitying, sneering, icy stare that she kept for those who failed to qualify as doctors or dentists, and led the way to the second floor back.
There should be no question in the minds of the people who enter your front door (even the mail or UPS person) that you are not JUST another dentist, but THE dentist
But epidemiologists, and later lawyers, faced probably the most vexing and fundamental question: Had the dentist really infected those seven people?
My Dentist boosted up its facility footprint by 60% in the past year.
Dr Pauley previously was selected by her peers for the Seattle Met Magazine Top Dentist List in both 2011 and 2012 in both General Dentist and Cosmetic Dentist categories.
Dentist Direct has been formed to offer dentists a route towards running their own business, opening practices throughout the UK in prime arterial road locations with high visibility signage and car parking.
But the statistics also reveal that less than a third of adults in Gwynedd and Pembrokeshire have seen a dentist in the past two years.
Eddie Siman, a dentist who relocated his practice from Beverly Hills to Sherman Oaks six years ago and bought into the spa movement wholeheartedly.
Dear Editor, - I'm sure I can't be the only person who was horrified to read about the man who tried to extract one of his own teeth using pliers, because he was in such pain from toothache and couldn't find an NHS dentist who would treat him.
A: It is important that children become acclimatised to the dentist at an early age.
Queues of hundreds of would-be patients outside new NHS surgeries and stories of people travelling abroad to see a dentist have all added to pressure on the government to tackle the issue.
They noted that increasing the total by just one NHS dentist per 10,000 would need an extra 5,250 dentists.
The Appliance Therapy Group has produced a free pamphlet called "Your Dentist Can Make Every Night Silent.
To amend Article I of Chapter 11 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to general provisions regarding dentists and dental hygienists, so as to prohibit the use of mercury amalgam fillings by a dentist under certain circumstances; to provide for notice to patients; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.