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Parents: Dental Board investigators headed to Bakersfield

Parents: Dental Board investigators headed to Bakersfield

BY KELLIE SCHMITT Californian staff author kschmitt@bakersfield.com
Saturday, May 19 2012 09:00 PM

State dental house officials will come to city in early Jun to examine long-simmering allegations that a Bakersfield dentist mistreated children while they were strapped to a papoose, or stabilizing board, several internal relatives say.

Many of a relatives concerned also lay excessive, nonessential or injured dental treatments from Dr. Edward Dove.

“I onslaught with a fact that it’s taken a prolonged time, though during slightest transformation is entrance fast now,” pronounced primogenitor Chris Cook, who has led a grassroots mobilization effort. “I’m exhausted

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Former Lancaster County stagnation bureau to turn $3 million dental practice

The former stagnation bureau during 60 W. Walnut St. will come behind to life subsequent month as a multispecialty dental office.

The $3 million plan will be a second bureau here for Dr. Sean Moriarty, who changed to a county in 2010 from a Philadelphia suburbs.

His Lancaster Dental Arts bureau downtown will be a biggest multispecialty dental use in a state, he said.

“This will fill a need in a community,” Moriarty said.

Moriarty, 32, is a connoisseur of Penn State University and Temple University Dental School, where he warranted a doctorate in dental medicine.

He began practicing in Harleysville, Montgomery

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Filling a vacancy

 

The former stagnation bureau during 60 W. Walnut St. will come behind to life subsequent month as a multispecialty dental office.

The $3 million plan will be a second bureau here for Dr. Sean Moriarty, who changed to a county in 2010 from a Philadelphia suburbs.

His Lancaster Dental Arts bureau downtown will be a biggest multispecialty dental use in a state, he said.

“This will fill a need in a community,” Moriarty said.

Moriarty, 32, is a connoisseur of Penn State University and Temple University Dental School, where he warranted a doctorate in dental medicine.

He began practicing in Harleysville, Montgomery County, some-more than

Article source: http://lancasteronline.com/article/local/581505_Filling-a-vacancy.html

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Sunday, February 5th, 2012 Dental Offices No Comments


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