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BREMEN -- Dr. Otis R. Bowen, who celebrates his 84th birthday today, is already a permanent fixture in his hometown of Bremen, but later this year, he'll also become a permanent fixture in the Ronald Reagan library and museum. As a former Indiana...
The American College of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons will announce Dr. Charles Hasse of Irvine as its new president at the group's annual scientific conference in Scottsdale, Ariz., next week. Hasse, a surgeon at Hoag Hospital and director of the...
Re "Remove Medicare's straitjacket," Opinion, March 29 Art Kellerman misunderstands why Congress delayed inclusion of oral-only drugs in the Medicare payment bundle for dialysis services. It wasn't to give Amgen and other drug makers a major windfall;...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE – A decades-long battle between the optometrists and the ophthalmologists nicknamed the “eyeball wars” may be at an end. The Senate sent a measure to the governor Thursday that effectively ended a long battle between two...
Aberdeen-area dentists say incidents like the one that put Oklahoma oral surgery patients in danger are rare. In March, negligent practices at a Tulsa, Okla., oral surgeon's office required patients to be tested for hepatitis B, hepatitis C and HIV,...
ReutersOKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - A lawyer for an Oklahoma oral surgeon accused of using improper sterilization procedures and rusty surgical tools that may have exposed patients to HIV and hepatitis said on Wednesday his client had an impeccable record and...
TALLAHASSEE – A decades-long battle between the optometrists and the ophthalmologists nicknamed the “eyeball wars” may be at an end. The Senate sent a measure to the governor Thursday that effectively ended a long battle between two...
A medical malpractice case filed by the parents of a Woodstock teen who died days after being deprived of oxygen during a routine wisdom teeth surgery in Howard County two years ago has been settled out of court, according to court records and an attorney...
Oklahoma health officials on Saturday begin testing dental patients in the Tulsa area for a variety of blood-borne viruses that cause hepatitis and AIDS, a precautionary measure to deal with what officials call the largest such incident in the state&...
People looking for dental care in underserved areas could get some help from dental hygienists thanks to a law that recently went into effect. Through the South Dakota Dental Practice Act, hygienists will be able to independently perform routine dental...
I responded to a question about free dental care last week. This week I want to continue my answer to that question. The University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine provides dental care to patients as part of their educational program. Dental work...
Hagerstown Community College recently graduated 20 students in its dental-assisting program. Graduates were honored at a ceremony June 28. Following remarks from Theresa Marks, HCC instructor, dental assisting/hygiene and program coordinator,...
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