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Five and a half year sentence for unregistered dentist

Unregistered dentist, Ronnie Barogiannis, has been given a five and a half year sentence for fraudulently working under the name of a former colleague. Barogiannis had worked illegally at an East Yorkshire dental practice and performed procedures on hundreds of people’s teeth. Barogiannis earned his dental degree in Sweden, back in 2003; however, when ...

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Convict escapes Swedish jail to attend dental appointment

A convict escaped from a jail in Sweden because is toothache had become unbearable and he wanted to see a dentist. The 51-year-old prisoner, who has not been named, was serving a one month sentence at the Östragård open prison in Väners­borg when he decided to escape after prison officers did ...

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Tooth loss could cause memory problems

New research has suggested that losing our teeth could actually cause memory loss, due to sensory impulses that are fed to the brain from the jaw bone as the teeth chew on food; these impulses feed the area of the brain that forms and retrieves memories. People who have suffered tooth loss transmit fewer ...

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Tooth loss could represent a higher risk of health problems

According to researchers, losing teeth and suffering gum disease long-term could increase the risk of serious health problems, such as cardiovascular complications, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, and high cholesterol. Previous research into the area found that poor dental hygiene could allow up to 700 different types of bacteria to get into the bloodstream, ...

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Studies show that Vitamin D could reduce tooth decay

Research published in the journal Nutrition Reviews has shown that Vitamin D could contribute to a 50% reduction in tooth decay. 3,000 children in several different countries were involved in trials that spanned the past nine decades; the results showed a significant drop in tooth decay in children who had their Vitamin D levels increased using ...

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Women with poor oral health ‘could take longer to conceive’

Health-conscious women who take action to maintain their oral health could be improving their chances of getting pregnant, experts have suggested.Scientists from the University of Western Australia have discovered a link between inflammation of the gums and a poor fertility rate.Speaking at a meeting in Sweden, researchers revealed that females with gum ...

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Trauma to teeth ‘greatest claim area for anaesthetists’

Teeth damage is the number one claim against anaesthetists. The most common claim against anaesthetists over the last ten years has been for patients who have had their teeth damaged by a laryngoscope, it has been revealed. Dentistry.co.uk reported medico-legal adviser Dr James Armstrong said the average payout for those who have ...

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Emergency dentist required to fix tooth problems

A Swedish dentist has been found to be so bad he had to fix the same tooth 71 times.A dentist in Sweden has been found to have been so bad at his job he had to fix the same tooth 71 times.   One patient of a Gothenburg dentist had to undergo 151 treatments in six years, ...

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