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Home Family Kids & TeensDealing with Teenage Anger By Gemma Bailey

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9 months ago

Dentist bullied pregnant nurse. - Free Online Library

Dental nurse Vicky Matheson has won an industrial tribunal againsther boss, who made her life so unbearable when she became pregnant shehad to resign.

The tribunal panel ruled that Allen Branley, who owns 1A Dental Practice in South Shields, bullied her and effectively forced her to quit her job.

Mr Branley, who is also a local councillor, has been ordered to pay an undisclosed sum in compensation.

Miss Matheson, now 22, took Mr Branley to an employment tribunal after resigning in March last year, claiming sexual discrimination and unfair dismissal.

The tribunal found that he made unreasonable and unjustified deman

9 months ago

Benefits Of Finding A Good Dentist In Your Locale

Taking care of your teeth is an essential part of your well-being and overall health. Everyone must at least visit their dentists twice a year even if they don't have a teeth or gum problem. Having a dentist in the family is even much better because you can send a message or call him or her for a free consultation anytime you need to.

While it is easy for some people to go to the dentist's clinic, others are daunted by the tools and pictures they see on the clinic's walls. Sometimes it doesn't help if you are afraid of blood even on pictures, but seeing the extent of a ce

11 months ago

Stamford Ct Dentists Helping To Replace Teeth

By: Patrick Carter

Stamford CT dentists realize how important a smile can be. This is why they will do everything that they can to give you a clean and healthy mouth. For many people, this means replacing teeth. People lose teeth for all sorts of reasons, but no matter the reason there are ways to fix the problem. Sometimes people just need one or two teeth replaced or LOOK AFTER YOUR TEETH – PROVEN TIPS just capped. Other people need

11 months ago



A DENTIST who defrauded the NHS out of pounds 40,000 lived a millionaire's lifestyle and had 10 luxury cars in just two years.

Scott Khadun created non-existent clients at his Black Country surgery and claimed for nursing home visits he never made to swindle the cash.

Within 18 months of completing a dentistry degree at Birmingham University, he became one of the highest paid dentists in the country, earning up to pounds 700,000 a year.

He splashed out on Rolex watches, luxury houses and flash cars including a Ferrari, Aston Martin, SLK Mercedes and Porsche Carrera.


1 year ago

Be Your Own Dentist: Self-Dentistry For Dummies Book

Level 1 TestIn what room do you generally keep your toothbrush?What kind of paste do you put on a toothbrush?True or False: Brushing your teeth twice a Know More About This - Good Oral Care Habits day reduces the risk of getting a cavity by 50% or more.How many times do you need to brush your teeth a day?What is the importance of brushing your teeth?

Now compare your answers with the ones to the right. Did you get at least 3 out of 5 correct? Congratulations, you've passed! You're qualified to floss, brush, and spit (after you pay me the $50 licensing fee, of course). Now you're ready to move on to level 2.

Level 2

If you want to obtain a level 2 certificate, you better like power tools. In order to become proficient enough to obtain a Level 2 Self-Dentistry Certificate, you will learn how to do things like:

Grinding your teeth with a Dremel ToolMaking sedatives from ingredients in your medicine cabinetThe many uses of a mini jack hammerFilling Cavities with a glue gunAnd much much more!Embracing Level 3

Here we go! I was not originally going to include this precious information, but I knew it would increase the value of the book ten-fold. I'm not going to give too much away, but it basically covers just about everything you need to know about safely operating on other people's teeth and starting your own practice. You start to learn about how to use the real tools, rather than being handy with common power tools, and where/how to get them. It also offers some good suggestions for being able to keep your practice open for the longest amount of time possible while avoiding authority figures who might misunderstand you. For instance, it hooks you up with some connections so that you can rent an RV dental office and collect a large variety of ID's and license plates. Such expenses are costly but, if you play your cards right, you should earn the money back very quickly! Don't think this is all that's covered but, again... I don't want to give too much away.

1 year ago

What Cosmetic Dentistry Can Do For You

Your smile is important to you. If you aren't confident in how your teeth look, it is difficult to muster a lot of confidence in everyday life. The good news is that you don't have to put up with some aspect of your smile that might embarrass you or stop you from feeling your best. There are a lot of options for you when you enlist the help of a cosmetic dentist in Simpsonville or your area.

How a Cosmetic Dentist Can Help

You don't have to live with embarrassing teeth. While few people are born with a perfect smile, a perfect smile is available to everyone who truly wants one! While braces are always an option, most adults don't want to go through the pain involved or the len

1 year ago

American Dentist Who Admitted Killing Cecil the Lion Now Hounded on Social Media

Walter Palmer, the Minnesota dentist who acknowledged hunting and killing Cecil, a beloved lion in Zimbabwe, is now the one being hounded on the Internet by protesters flooding his social media, creating online petitions and mocking him on parody accounts.

Over 273,000 tweets contained the trending hashtag #CeciltheLion on Twitter in the past 24 hours after the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force, which is not part of the Zimbabwe government, alleged in a statement on Tuesday that Palmer paid $50,000 for the chance to kill Cecil the lion in early July. ABC News has not

1 year ago

A Short Painful History of Dentistry

Judging from what archaeologists have learned from examining the bones and teeth of long-dead humans, people have been bothered by dental problems for thousands of years. Simply put, many of these ancient folk had holes in their teeth and probably suffered from toothaches and also abscesses, whose pain can be excruciating. At least in some places, they did what they could. Evidence of the use of dental drills has been found in Neolithic graves in Pakistan. (The Neolithic Age lasted from 12,000 to 5,000 years ago.) But whether this procedure brought relief to anyone is open to conjecture, of course.

The earliest writing regarding toothaches took place about 5,000 years ago in Mesopotam

1 year ago

Lion-Killing Dentist Won't Be Charged In Zimbabwe, Unlike His Zimbabwean Friends

Lion-Killing Dentist Won't Be Charged In Zimbabwe, Unlike His Zimbabwean Friends

The dentist who paid $50,000 to shoot, shoot again, and then skin and decapitate a 13-year-old African lion named Cecil will not be charged in Zimbabwe after all.

Conservations have alleged Walter Palmer, who provoked global outrage last July for killing the countrys most beloved lion, broke a law when he and his hunting guide baited the animal outside a protected area. But according to Reuters, he wont be prosecuted in the country.

Zimbabwes Environment Minister, Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri, said on Monday that Palmer could not be charged in the country because his hunting papers were legally obtained.

We approached the police and then the prosecutor general, and it turned out that Palmer came to Zimbabwe because all the papers were in order, Muchinguri-Kashiri told reporters. He also said that Palmer would be allowed to enter Zimbabwe as a tourist, but not for hunting.

Like the other 600-plus foreign hunters who export the carcasses of lions out of Africa every year, Palmer is free to return to his Minnesota practice and the throng of protestors that camp outside it.

Meanwhile in Zimbabwe, two men who did not kill an African lion named Cecil were arrested for his death in July. Professional hunter Theo Bronchorst and landowner Honest Trymore Ndlovu, both Zimbabweans, were charged with allowing a person who is not ordinarily resident in Zimbabwe to hunt the said animal which was not on the hunting quota.

The news was delivered on fittingly colonial holiday.

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