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  • I Know My Desk Is Here Somewhere

    LARRY     Gina, I meant to ask you about something important last year, but the note got lost on my desk, under the pile of chicken wings and Saturday Evening Posts.     Office Depot conducted a survey of office workers last year, asking about what...
  • Sheriff says fraudulent dentist had patients, no license

    Sheriff says fraudulent dentist had patients, no license
    A 32-year-old man had a thriving dental practice operating out of a home near Melrose Park, but Cook County sheriff's police said he lacked one important item: a medical license. Special Operations Unit officers recently began investigating a tip about...
  • Small businessman in Hampton plows ACA health rebate back into workers' dental plan

    Small businessman in Hampton plows ACA  health rebate back into workers' dental plan
    HAMPTON – Jack Ralston said a rebate check his small aerospace business received last month as part of the Affordable Care Act, while modest, should make his company a little more competitive among industry rivals. Ralston, president of Bihrle...
  • Fake dentist seriously damaged patients' teeth, investigators say

    Fake dentist seriously damaged patients' teeth, investigators say
    An Oklahoma woman posing as a dentist performed everything from root canals to cavity fillings, and hurt dozens of people in the process, investigators said. Elizabeth Hinosa, known as Dr. Liz, worked at two different dental offices around Oklahoma City,...
  • Newport Beach dentist loses in malpractice suit

    A Newport Beach dentist known for treating the rich and famous will have to pay one of her patients $641,542 after badly damaging her teeth and gums to the point that she needed emergency surgery. Earlier this month an arbitrator ruled in favor of Ingrid...
  • Drill, Baby, Drill

    Drill, Baby, Drill
    I have a tooth that I think was set in by either the Communists or the Devil. It is the last molar on the lower right side, and it has been a royal pain. It all started when Aunt Mildred would hire me to work at her store and then pay me with candy.  We...
  • Tax-free toast to your health

    Tax-free toast to your health
    Do you hate more money? If you have access to a flexible spending account at work and don't use it, perhaps you're a more-money hater. FSAs allow individuals and families to save hundreds of dollars per year by reaping 25 percent to 40 percent discounts...
  • Drill, baby, drill

    I have a tooth that I think was set in by either the Communists or the devil. It is the last molar on the lower right side, and it has been a royal pain. It all started when Aunt Mildred. would hire me to work at her store and then pay me with candy....
  • LeAnn Rimes concert rescheduled for Sept. 9

    LeAnn Rimes concert rescheduled for Sept. 9
    The LeAnn Rimes concert at the Center for the Performing Arts has been rescheduled for Sunday, September 9 at 7 p.m. Rimes previously canceled her July 27 Palladium appearance due to an emergency root canal. Available tickets for the Sept. 9 concert may...
  • Dental sedation calms patients, courts controversy

    Dental sedation calms patients, courts controversy
    In a dental office overlooking the Magnificent Mile, Valerie Carlson teared up as she recalled traumatic dental surgery that left her filled with fear when she was a teenager. On this day, she was to undergo preparatory work for dental implants. Normally...
  • Sam the otter gets a root canal

    Sam the otter gets a root canal
    SOUTH BEND — Michael Littell, an associate dentist with The South Bend Dental Center, was prepared to perform a root canal this morning at the Potawatomi Zoo, but it was not his typical patient. “Today, we have a river otter who, the zoo&...