Dentist gives gay hate crime victim expensive dental care for free
Callum Watkinson explains how Dr Joyce Trail carried out one of the biggest cases of fraud the NHS has ever seen. The brighton dentists from Sutton Coldfield was jailed for seven years in October 2012 after she submitted more than 7,000 false claims for work from her practice in Birmingham. She was struck off the medical register a year later. A judge ruled this week Trail must pay back the money she gained during the fraud back to the NHS.
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Cash has been providing Oppelman with up to six figures worth of oral reconstruction procedures completely free of charge. The brighton dentists wanted to give back to the city of Austin and the people who have been so warm and welcoming to his practice. Oppelman couldnt wait to see his new smile and leave this hurtful experience behind: As soon as they were in and he gave me the first look, it seemed like a river just washed over all my insecurities and washed over all my hurt and a lot of the damage that has been done inside and out, he said. The gay hate crime victim is now healing physically and emotionally.
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Texas Dentist Provides Free Care To Victim Of Gay Pride Attack
Gary Gash heard about the attack, he wanted to help Oppelman, and for the past year and a half has provided free dental reconstruction, including implants. The Victim’s Relief Fund also helped to cover much of the care, which would have set Oppelman back six figures. People have been so warm and welcoming to me here,” Cash told the news station. “I figured that’s not the way someone should be treated from out of town.” Oppelman is quoted by Buzzfeed as saying, “As of now I have had thousands of dollars in dental work done and a lot more to come.
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The Toothmaker: a career as a dentist
An ideal dentist is the one who can give a holistic treatment to his/ her patients. “In my opinion a successful dentist follows the CRP rule. C stands for ‘correct diagnosis’, R is ‘right treatment plan’ and P is for ‘proper treatment’,” comments Mayekar. To be a dentist one requires to study the five year Bachelor of Dental study (BDS) programme offered by private and government institutes in the country (see box). One could either set up a private practice or go on to pursue the three years Master of Dental Study (MDS). You could then specialise inEndodontics (root canal), prosthodontics, periodontics (Gums), orthodontics and pediatric dentistry which deals with children’s oral health. Getting into a MDS programme however is difficult as the number of seats is limited.
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