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Dr. William Bell, a dentist in Sarasota, was inducted into the International College of Dentists at its annual meeting of the American Dental Association in New Orleans. Bell, who has had a dental practice in Sarasota since 1988, is a Fellow of the …
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Student Achievement Scores Doubled, Enrollment Up, Graduation Rate Up
A plaque on the Mt. Zion Primary School will be unveiled at a ceremony February 6th, honoring the special association between two chapters of The Links, Incorporated (USA) and the Mt. Zion Primary School in James River. School … The Montgomery County …
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In SW Pa, concern about gains in scrip drug abuse
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Prescription drug abuse is an epidemic in Pennsylvania, and legislators and law enforcement officials are scrambling to address the rapidly growing problem. "I think we're in a culture in … Statewide, the rate is 15.3 — 14th …
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The career detour to a physician's office: Hygienist takes on administrative

The career detour to a physician's office: Hygienist takes on administrative
My consulting focus was on clinical hygiene training for periodontal disease therapy, surgical implant assisting, patient communications, dental practice team building, and improving operational efficiency. I've always loved having the … I liked what …
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Ms. Mallory will also serve as co-chairwoman on the Pennsylvania Public Policy Coalition, the Alzheimer's Association's unified voice of Pennsylvania's two chapters, Greater Pennsylvania and Delaware Valley, and their 10 regional/branch offices in …
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Study: 2 percent of Americans have artificial hips, knees
The term “replacement” is a little misleading, said Dr. Joshua Jacobs, chairman of orthopedic surgery at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago and president of the orthopedic surgery association. What's replaced is the surface of a joint after …
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Early Dental Care for Children Important for a Lifetime of Oral Health
February is National Children's Dental Health Month, an initiative by the American Dental Association to raise awareness about the importance of oral health. Here in Happy Valley, area dental professionals discuss proper hygiene for children and the …
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Healthcare & Billing Management Association Selects SmithBucklin for Full
WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Healthcare & Billing Management Association (HBMA) announced it has selected SmithBucklin as its new association management partner. In addition … Previously, Williams served as associate director, Society Services …
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I need tons of work done on my teeth and i’m broke, anyone know any dental schools or programs in PA?

Question by ilovemike310: I need tons of work done on my teeth and i’m broke, anyone know any dental schools or programs in PA?
well first off, i brush my teeth with a sonicare toothbrush 3-4 times a day, floss once a day, use Act restorative mouthwash everyday, and try to stay away from sweets, but i still have shitty teeth. add on top of that that my parents never took me to the dentist once in my life (not even joking). i’m a broke married grad student with a 3 yr old and my husband’s job has no dental plan. my mouth is filled with cavities, and i probably need some root canals and crowns. i live in eastern pennsylvania. does anyone know of any dental schools in eastern or central PA or even in New Jersey, or any type of cheaper program in the area? If not, what are some good, affordable dental plans i could sign up for? i’m going to need a lot of work that is going to cost at the very least the cost of a new car. sorry this is so long. i’m just so embarrassed and depressed about my teeth and that i don’t have the money for it; i just really need some help finding a place that i can afford.

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Answer by Jeanie
Start by checking with your local health dept. they should have some leads or apply for Medicaid as there’s a lot they will cover esp. xrays cavities & even more elaborate projects with some co-pay (not much compared to actual price of the procedure) well worth looking into, all states have some type of programs, you have to search your phone book, ask around, check at library, hospitals, dentalschools, do some research your best bet..good luck..been there, done that, got results!

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May 16: Pasco business digest

May 16: Pasco business digest
Hospital earns awards: Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point received the Get With the Guidelines — Stroke Gold Quality Achievement Award from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association. The award recognizes the hospital's … For …

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He is a Fellow of the International College of Dentists, American College of Dentists and Academy of General Dentistry. And Dr. Limberakis remains an active member of the American Dental Association, Pennsylvania Dental Association, American Academy …