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Dentistry and Dental Health (INACTIVE)

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  • Drilling down on the necessity of dental X-rays

    Drilling down on the necessity of dental X-rays
    When my son and daughter were youngsters, once a year I'd have a disagreement with their pediatric dentist. He wanted to do routine annual X-rays, and I would protest because neither child ever had any cavities. His response: Dental X-rays are an...
  • Maximizing 2013 healthcare benefits by year's end

    Maximizing 2013 healthcare benefits by year's end
    Getting to see the doctor before the year is over has been on Dave Holt's mind. The 52-year-old employment attorney from Tustin says he's been putting off a visit for some time. "I haven't done my annual physical yet," he says. He and his wife also rush...
  • Dr. Wilbur O. Ramsey, reknowned dentist

    Dr. Wilbur Owen Ramsey, a former chairman, assistant dean and professor at the University of Maryland's School of Dentistry, who one former colleague called "the dental version of an Edison," died Dec. 5 at the Edenwald retirement community in Towson....
  • EEOC: Religion with work hit a painful nerve with some dental clinic employees

    EEOC: Religion with work hit a painful nerve with some dental clinic employees
    It looks as though this dental office wanted to drill some of their employees with religion. So, instead of just jawboning about their work environment , a handful of now ex-workers of a Miami-Dade County dental practice contacted the Equal Employment...
  • A smile to be proud of: Glendale community effort helps transform one man's dental health and future

    A smile to be proud of: Glendale community effort helps transform one man's dental health and future
    Before he was a teenager, Joseph Cordova’s mother had died, he was living with his alcoholic grandmother and suffering from serious dental problems that tore down his confidence — and could have eventually led to life-threatening health...
  • UM clinic offers compassionate dental care to HIV/AIDS patients

    UM clinic offers compassionate dental care to HIV/AIDS patients
    When his private dentist passed away, Henry Yeakel quickly searched for a new dental home. While some might have thumbed through a phone book to find the closest provider, Yeakel didn't have that luxury. He needed a dentist who could cater to his unique...
  • Glendale to send 100th entry to Tournament of Roses Parade

    Glendale to send 100th entry to Tournament of Roses Parade
    Lilit Mkrtchian's favorite part of watching the Tournament of Roses Parade every year is spotting the Glendale float and pointing out the parts she helped decorate. Come this New Year's Day, she will be able to boast about the uva grass, a cream-colored...
  • Glendale's weekly farmers market making a move

    Glendale's weekly farmers market making a move
    The Glendale Farmers Market on Brand Boulevard is turning over a new leaf under new management. On Jan. 9, some of the 15 to 17 merchants who had been selling produce and sundries along Brand Boulevard between Wilson Avenue and Broadway for more than 21...
  • Gatto launches crowd-sourced 'Wiki Bill'

    Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) is giving the ordinary Joe — and Jane — an opportunity to help craft legislation without having to run for office. Gatto, whose district includes Glendale, Burbank, La Caņada Flintridge and Montrose, has...
  • "Comfort women" statue emerged as Glendale's 2013 newsmaker

    "Comfort women" statue emerged as Glendale's 2013 newsmaker
    A 1,110-pound bronze statue — and the controversy surrounding it — is Glendale’s newsmaker of the year. The “comfort women” statue in Central Park honors an estimated 80,000 to 200,000 women who suffered during a government-...
  • Over-the-top amenities help luxury homes stand out

    If you thought Southern California mansions could hardly get more outlandish, consider the latest must-have feature: A moat encircling the property. Other exclusive amenities include dental chairs, botox stations and wine "cellars" that somehow made...