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Bedroom dental hospital 'scary,' health officials say

Health officials who have reviewed video of a raid of an bootleg dental bureau in Burnaby contend conditions in a temporary bedroom hospital were “pretty scary.”

The B.C. Dental Association says correct sterilization techniques were not being followed by Tung Shen Wu, also famous as David Wu, who treated some 1,500 patients during his Burnaby home.

The College of Dental Surgeons of B.C. released a open warning progressing this week that patients who had perceived dental diagnosis from Wu should be tested for HIV and hepatitis.

Wu was identified by a college as carrying no management to rehearse dentistry.

“It’s pretty

Article source: http://ca.news.yahoo.com/bedroom-dental-clinic-scary-health-officials-010838810.html

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Sunday, August 11th, 2013 Dental Offices No Comments

Dental professionals make residence calls for elderly, disabled

By Anita Creamer

Sacramento Bee

Diann Azevedo creates residence calls.

As a purebred dental hygienist in choice use — whose clients embody a frail, homebound aged as good as a developmentally infirm — she is partial of a flourishing transformation to take slight dental caring out of a bureau and into exposed patients’ homes.

She totes a unstable dental chair in her car, along with a vast pack pressed with dental supplies.

“Has your mom had any changes in her medications?” she asked Jeanne Andrews, whose mother, 80-year-old Dolores Hanson, has advanced-stage Alzheimer’s disease.

For Hanson, a dental chair wasn’t necessary.

The symptoms of her illness

Article source: http://www.sentinelandenterprise.com/lifestyles/ci_22330827?source=rss

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Tuesday, January 8th, 2013 Dental Offices No Comments

Dental caring adjusts for thin seniors

Diann Azevedo creates residence calls.

As a purebred dental hygienist in choice use – whose clients embody a frail, homebound aged as good as a developmentally infirm – she is partial of a flourishing transformation to take slight dental caring out of a bureau and into exposed patients’ homes.

She even totes a unstable dental chair in her car, along with a vast pack pressed with dental supplies.

“Has your mom had any changes in her medications?” she asked Jeanne Andrews, whose mother, 80-year-old Dolores Hanson, has advanced-stage Alzheimer’s illness and Lewy physique dementia.

For Hanson, a dental chair wasn’t necessary.

The symptoms of

Article source: http://www.sacbee.com/2012/11/29/5016638/dental-care-adjusts-for-frail.html

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Thursday, November 29th, 2012 Dental Offices No Comments


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