Tooth pain — cavities, chipped teeth, impacted molars — is not some discovery of modern man. In fact, new research suggests that our neanderthal predecessors may have tried to figure out ways to fix their aching teeth long before the dawn of human history.It’s no secret that the concept of dentistry has ancient roots, with the American Dental Association…
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By Associated Press - Monday Aug 7, 2017
MARS, Pa. — Police say a dentist in Pennsylvania tried to work on patients while drunk, and after his staff called 911 he told responding officers he’d had an entire bottle of vodka. The Butler Eagle reports Gregory Bellotti is charged with public drunkenness and reckless endangerment. Police say his staff at Refresh Dental Management...
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By Joshua Rhett Miller - Tuesday Aug 22, 2017
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