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Michael Buble undergoes emergency dental work before concert


Michael Buble has taken an emergency trip to the dentist to get his dental crown replaced just hours before he was due to take to the stage at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire. The concert was set to take place on July 11TH and the singer was rushed to the dentist to get some repair work done after dislodging a crown whilst trying to open a tomato ketchup packet with his teeth.

Buble was lucky enough to find a dentist in the area that could help and Dr David Bloom cleared his schedule to treat the singer at short notice. As a thank-you to Dr Bloom and his staff, Buble posed for pictures with the team and provided them with front row tickets to his concert that night.

Dr Bloom called the evening entertainment ‘interesting’ after Michael stopped singing and explained the situation to the fans, even pointing out the dental team that saved the day. Dr Bloom said the singer ‘stopped the show and he said ‘just want to tell you what happened today,’ and he told everybody what happened. He said ‘this guy right down here took care of me.’ He added ‘It made for a very interesting Friday.’

Woman charged for failure to pay for Botox treatment


Woman charged for failure to pay for Botox treatmentA woman from the US is expected to plead guilty after she was arrested for attempting to leave a clinic without paying for Botox injections.

The Union Leader yesterday (August 10th) reported that 60-year-old Katheryn Margaris had given a fake name and address to the New Hampshire clinic in an attempt to receive the treatment for free.

After being indicted in May, the offender could serve between three to seven years in prison following the felony charge, along with a $4,000 (£2,478) fine.

The police complaint filed after the event confirmed Ms Margaris gave a” false name, date of birth, address and Social Security number with the purpose to avoid due payment for the service”.

In other Botox-related news, GP Online has reported that the anti-wrinkle injection is set to be examined to discover if it can provide viable pain relief for migraine sufferers.

According to the report, experts are set to test the treatment’s clinical and cost-effectiveness when used to ward off the symptoms of chronic headaches. ADNFCR-2621-ID-800696779-ADNFCR

Fluoride varnish helping reduce decay in Warrington


A new varnish treatment is helping reduce tooth decay in Warrington.

Dentists in Warrington are offering fluoride varnish treatments to children in the area to help tackle tooth decay, it has been revealed. fluoride vaenish

The procedure has been shown to reduce problems with tooth decay by between 30 to 40 per cent in some children, helping many avoid a trip to the emergency dentist with toothache.

Kerry Davis, NHS Warrington’s acting primary care lead, said: “Dentists … responded positively to the new scheme and [are] now using it twice as much as the rest of the dentists in the north-west.”

Elsewhere, a survey of 3,000 children in New Hampshire recently showed the economic downturn has actually prompted an improvement in the oral health of the majority of children in the state.

Dr Jose Montero, director of public health, noted a push towards healthy eating at home has had a definite positive impact over the last 12 months.

Oral health improves ‘as budgets tighten’


The economic downturn has had a surprising impact on oral health in the US.

A new study carried out in the US has revealed a link between the oral health of kids and the affluence of their parents. oral health

Cosmetic Dentistry Guide reported a survey of 3,000 children in New Hampshire showed the economic downturn has led to six per cent fewer cases of tooth decay in the last year.

Dr Jose Montero, director of public health, noted the improvements stem from a concerted effort by local officials to get more children signed up to school-based dental care programmes and a push towards healthy eating at home.

He added that despite this, 18 per cent of children were overweight or obese.

Elsewhere, Dr Christine Wu, director of cardiology research at the University of Illinois in Chicago, recently published a study which revealed the breakfast foods that cause the greatest amount of acid build-up after eating are bran flakes with dried fruits.

She noted acid protection entered the “danger zone” when this food was tested.

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