Dr Mike Hinze http://drmikehinze.com/ Sat, 15 Jan 2022 23:34:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://drmikehinze.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/cropped-icon-32x32.png Dr Mike Hinze http://drmikehinze.com/ 32 32 Arrest of a dentist in the “Chandigarh court”: HC asks the judge of the sessions to produce CCTV images of the premises https://drmikehinze.com/arrest-of-a-dentist-in-the-chandigarh-court-hc-asks-the-judge-of-the-sessions-to-produce-cctv-images-of-the-premises/ Sat, 15 Jan 2022 19:32:16 +0000 https://drmikehinze.com/arrest-of-a-dentist-in-the-chandigarh-court-hc-asks-the-judge-of-the-sessions-to-produce-cctv-images-of-the-premises/

The Punjab and Haryana High Court ordered the Chandigarh District and Sessions Judge to produce the January 7 CCTV footage of the District Courts Complex, Sector 43, from where a dentist in the city alleged that he had been arrested, contrary to UT police claims.

Bench of Justice Amol Rattan Singh has also asked the UT Chief Superintendent of Police (SSP) to provide the cellphone contact details of the three police officers who arrested the dentist, Mohit Dhawan.

The instructions were given on January 13, during his early bail plea in a criminal case filed against him on September 21, 2020. In the said case, a Nairobi woman accused the dentist of cheating on her during her visit to India to get dental implants from his clinic in 2017-2018.

The dentist claimed he was being harassed at the behest of former Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Special Director Rakesh Asthana and former DGP TS Luthra of Chandigarh. His plea to transfer the investigation into the cheating case was rejected by the High Court in November 2020.

Dhawan’s lawyer had told the court that when, on the instructions of the high court, his client went to the District Courts complex at 10 a.m. on January 7 and obtained a notarized affidavit to show his presence in the cheating case, he was arrested by the police before he can appear before a magistrate.

However, UT’s attorney argued that Dhawan was arrested in connection with another FIR registered against him.

While Dhawan claimed he was arrested at the court complex in the morning, the UT attorney said his arrest took place at 6:30 p.m. and behind Sector 43 ISBT, not the court complex.

The lawyer also argued that if the petitioner had already obtained his affidavit notarized, why was it not produced before the magistrate or on January 8, when it was presented in court during his arrest .

Taking the circumstances surrounding the dentist’s arrest seriously, the court ordered the session judge to retain CCTV footage from all cameras installed outside the courthouse between 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. on January 7 and produce at the next court date.

The court also searched for the names of the cops who arrested the dentist, after which the names of Criminal Branch Inspector Harinder Singh Sekhon, Sub-Inspector Suresh Kumar and Senior Constable Neeraj were provided by the police. .

In this regard, the court ordered that the details of their calls and the location of their mobile phone between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m., and between 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. on January 7, as well as Dhawan’s call recordings, be obtained and produced. before the tribunal. The case will now be resumed on January 27.

Manna Ministries Bridges the Great Health Gap with Free Dental Extraction Day in Picayune https://drmikehinze.com/manna-ministries-bridges-the-great-health-gap-with-free-dental-extraction-day-in-picayune/ Sat, 15 Jan 2022 03:53:00 +0000 https://drmikehinze.com/manna-ministries-bridges-the-great-health-gap-with-free-dental-extraction-day-in-picayune/

PICAYUNE, Miss. (WLOX) – Health is essential to most people’s existence, but finding health care can be non-existent if you can’t afford it.

According to data from the US Census Bureau, up to 18% of people under age 65 in southern Mississippi do not have health insurance. Due to the lack of health insurance in the area, Manna Ministries is free for those without health insurance to meet the needs of others.

Friday the clinic is packed for its free tooth extraction day. The highly anticipated day is when a dentist volunteers once a month to remove patients’ teeth.

Executive Director Jameye Martin said they are trying to help as many people as possible, especially as serious medical conditions are on the rise in the area.

“We are going to start screening for oral cancer, which is on the rise. A lot of people in our area use tobacco products and it’s not just about smoking. There’s dipping and chewing and that kind of stuff,” Martin said.

However, another reason why it is crowded is that most locals depend on the clinic due to a lack of health insurance.

Martin said most people don’t because the only industry in the area is systems like education, health care and municipal government.

“If you’re not part of a big company, you just can’t afford health insurance, let alone dental care. Patients are extremely grateful, kind and always say thank you,” Martin said.

Kristen Caulfield has been a patient at the clinic for more than two years after hearing about it from her husband.

She said she suffered from ulcerative colitis, a condition that made her constantly vomit, resulting in rotting teeth.

Caulfield’s husband is recovering from an accident that leaves her the only provider with little help.

She said that without Manna Ministries she would have paid more since most of her teeth have to be removed.

“It’s a blessing, really. I can’t afford $270. It’s the best place. I have never found a place as good as them. I recommend people here if they don’t have health insurance and need to have their teeth pulled,” Caulfield said.

Earlier this month, the Delta Dental Community Care Foundation awarded a $150,000 grant to Manna Ministries.

Now the clinic can add services such as fillings, a denture lab, and even a dental hygienist.

In addition to his private practice, Dr. Jason Estep volunteers at the clinic to remove teeth once a month.

He explained that the grant to expand services came just in time because decaying teeth can eventually affect overall health.

“We need healthy teeth and gums to be able to speak, talk and chew. We also have links between diseases of the mouth related to diseases of our general health. We like to make sure that not only are we dentally healthy, but that we can also contribute to our overall health,” Estep said.

Martin said the clinic is thrilled that 350 of its dental patients are getting more care and less pain.

“If the lord puts you in the community, then it’s our people to take care of and that’s what we’re trying to provide.”

Manna Ministries said it needed more dental assistants and volunteer dentists to help reduce its month-long waiting list.

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Former Croatian Health Minister Sinisa Varga returns to dentistry https://drmikehinze.com/former-croatian-health-minister-sinisa-varga-returns-to-dentistry/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 23:04:31 +0000 https://drmikehinze.com/former-croatian-health-minister-sinisa-varga-returns-to-dentistry/

Jan 15, 2022 – After the reign of former Health Minister Milan Kujundzic, few will easily remember Sinisa Varga, who served as Croatian Health Minister in Zoran Milanovic’s centre-left government from 2014 to 2016 The former minister, who is also a doctor of dental medicine, has rediscovered his primary vocation.

As Poslovni Dnevnik/Marija Crnjak writes, at the beginning of the year, former Minister of Health Sinisa Varga, doctor of dentistry, opened the Health Care Institution – Smile Center (Centar za Osmijeh) in the Malesnica district of Zagreb.

According to a recent announcement, the new dental practice of Sinisa Varga intends to provide dental care for all ages (for the whole family), and the registration of patients and the formalization of the practice’s contract with the Croatian Fund for health insurance (HZZO) are in progress, which will cover part of the patient’s dental care, including prostheses.

Although Varga is best known to the public as a politician and Minister of Health in Zoran Milanovic’s government, and as a consultant, Varga is extremely active in his profession as a dentist.

He graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry of the University of Zagreb in 1990 and completed his specialization in 1997 in dental prosthetics at the Dental Clinic of the Clinical Hospital Center in Zagreb.

For 23 whole years he headed the clinic for surgical prostheses, the clinical institute for oral surgery, the clinic for facial and maxillofacial surgery and the clinical hospital in Dubrava. As it is the only center of its kind in the Republic of Croatia, it has worked to improve the profession of surgical prosthetics by introducing and applying modern methods in the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients with congenital or acquired malformations of the face and jaw.

In addition, Sinisa Varga regularly participates in the training of nurses, dental technicians, non-medical staff and trainees and specialists in dental prosthetics, oral surgery, maxillofacial surgery and otolaryngology. Due to his professional work on improving the overall dental profession, he was granted the title of primarius by the Ministry of Health in 2007.

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Afton Dental Clinic Receives Rezoning and Permit to Expand Building | Recent news https://drmikehinze.com/afton-dental-clinic-receives-rezoning-and-permit-to-expand-building-recent-news/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 15:15:00 +0000 https://drmikehinze.com/afton-dental-clinic-receives-rezoning-and-permit-to-expand-building-recent-news/

An Afton dental clinic has received zoning approval from Nelson County to expand its building with an addition.

Azul Family Dentistry on Critzers Shop Road in Afton obtained a rezoning and special use permit for the building addition at the January 11 meeting of the Nelson County Board of Supervisors.

The one-acre property is now rezoned from Residential (R-1) to Agricultural (A-1). The parcel is contiguous by R-1 and A1 zoning and the area is mixed-use in nature with a combination of agricultural, residential and commercial uses, depending on the county. The structure has been used as a dental practice since the late 1970s.

Since it is located in the R-1 neighborhood where office uses are not permitted, the dental office is considered an unzoned use, said Dylan Bishop, director of planning and zoning. With the passage of the county’s revised non-conforming ordinance in March 2021, it became prohibited to extend non-conforming use, which triggered the application for rezoning and special use permits, according to Bishop.

The proposed addition will be used as more office space for the dental clinic. The expansion is more than 50% of the existing building and is not permitted by law in current zoning, according to county documents.

Also during the meeting, council approved a rezoning and special use permit that allows a restaurant at The Farmhouse at Veritas.

The 28-acre site at 72 Saddleback Farm in Afton is rezoned from Residential (R-1) to Agricultural (A-1) and the permit allows The Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast food service facility to be accessible to the public like a restaurant.

The bed and breakfast is operated by right of use. The plaintiffs have recently upgraded the kitchen and are opening the existing restaurant to the public. The property located in the R-1 zoning is currently used as a vineyard.

George Hodson, general manager of Veritas Vineyards, told the Nelson County Planning Commission review in December that he estimated about 10-15% more traffic from zoning measures.

The area has a combination of agricultural, residential, and commercial uses along Virginia 151.

Dentist accused of killing his wife on a hunting trip in Africa https://drmikehinze.com/dentist-accused-of-killing-his-wife-on-a-hunting-trip-in-africa/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 01:39:00 +0000 https://drmikehinze.com/dentist-accused-of-killing-his-wife-on-a-hunting-trip-in-africa/

A Pennsylvania dentist and big game hunter is accused of killing his 34-year-old wife during a hunting trip in Zambia in 2016 as part of a scheme to raise millions in insurance money -life.

Big game hunter Lawrence Rudolph, 67, allegedly shot and killed his wife Bianca Finizio Rudolph during a trip to Zambia in 2016 and then claimed nearly $5 million in insurance benefits, according to a federal criminal complaint. obtained by CBS 2.

Rudolph, who founded and operates Three Rivers Dental in Pittsburgh, reportedly rushed to have his wife’s remains cremated in Africa just days after her death, officials said.

He has now been charged with murder abroad and mail fraud, officials said.

Lawrence Rudolph allegedly shot and killed his wife Bianca Finizio Rudolph during a trip to Zambia in 2016, then claimed almost $5 million in insurance benefits.

Federal investigators say Rudolph made life insurance claims with seven different life insurance companies for a $4.8 million payout for his wife’s death, which officials ruled was accidental. of Zambian law enforcement.

On October 11, 2016 at 5:30 a.m. local time, Bianca was shot in the chest with a shotgun.

Rudolph told Zambian police he was in their cabin bathroom and Bianca in the bedroom when he heard a gunshot. The dentist claimed he came out of the bathroom and found his wife lying on the floor bleeding from her chest. He told police he believed the shotgun had been left charged from a hunt the day before and had discharged as she tried to holster it.

A professional hunting guide on site reportedly “remembered seeing the shotgun and an enlarged cartridge on the ground. The shotgun was inside a partially zipped gun case.

Rudolph and his wife – both apparently accomplished big game hunters – had frequently traveled to Africa for hunting excursions. On this particular trip, Bianca’s goal was to kill a leopard. She never had her leopard, but killed “many other animals”. Rodolphe was on the trip, but did not hunt.

Officials said later that afternoon around 4:30 p.m. Rudolph phoned the U.S. Embassy to discuss his wife’s funeral options and his desire to have her body cremated while her body was held in custody. a local funeral home. He spoke with the consular chief, who after their conversation “told the FBI that he had a bad feeling about the situation, which he said was moving too quickly.” The chef traveled with two other people from the embassy to the funeral to take photos of Bianca’s body to preserve evidence.

The consular chief, a 20-year veteran of the US Marines, described the injury as “straight to the heart” and said the injury was not caused by a “tight group of pellets”. He found no gas burns typical of a contact injury and estimated that Bianca had been shot from a distance of 6.5 to 8 feet.

Lawrence Rodolphe
Bianca’s friends don’t believe she would have wanted to be cremated as a “strict Catholic”.
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Rudolph called the consular chief and was “livid” from photographing his wife’s corpse. They met at the funeral home and discussed notifying family members, officials said. Rudolph allegedly told her he wanted to personally notify her family of the death, saying the children were from a different marriage and were not Bianca’s. At one point, Rudolph suggested that Bianca may have taken her own life, according to the allegations against him.

Bianca filed her first life insurance policy in 1987, investigators say, and updated the policy in 2016 when she died.

Four of the seven companies have hired a private investigation firm to investigate Bianca’s death. All insurance policies determined that Rudolph should receive his payment from the policy.

After his death, a “friend” contacted the FBI in Pretoria, South Africa, and said she wanted the FBI to investigate further. The friend said she “suspected foul play” because Rudolph “had been involved in prior extramarital affairs and was having an affair at the time of Bianca’s death.” She allegedly said that Rudolph was “verbally abusive” and that the two got into a fight over money.

The friend said Rudolph’s children didn’t learn of Bianca’s death until a week after her death, and other friends and family didn’t find out until the funeral. She reportedly said she believed Bianca, a “strict Catholic”, would not have wanted to be cremated, despite Rudolph’s claims it was what she had always planned.

The acquaintance told federal investigators, “Larry will never divorce because he doesn’t want to lose his money, and she will never divorce because of her Catholicism.” Other acquaintances corroborated the suspicions of an affair.

Another friend, the ex-wife of a pro-hunting guide who was present at the time of Bianca’s death and who had known Bianca since 2010, said the gun may have been tagged and jammed multiple times . She also raised concerns about Bianca’s choice of cremation and religious beliefs, according to the report.

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Lawrence Rudolph founded and operates the Three Rivers Dental Practice in Pittsburgh.
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Investigators interviewed a former employee of Three Rivers Dental who had worked there from February 2015 until February 2016, when she said Rudolph’s “girlfriend” was the manager. The ex-employee said the alleged girlfriend told her she had been in a relationship with Rudolph for 15 to 20 years. The mistress allegedly told the employee that she had given him “a one-year ultimatum to sell his dental practices and leave Bianca.”

Investigators said that as of January 2017, Rudolph was living with his girlfriend. Records show the couple traveled to Cabo San Lucas in Mexico together in 2010, twice in 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, July 2016 and in 2017 right after Bianca’s death.

Financial records showed that on October 23, 2016 – the day of Bianca’s funeral – Rudolph bought a plane ticket for the girlfriend to fly to his home in Arizona, according to the affidavit. The purchase was canceled later that day. However, three days later he purchased another ticket to fly another woman to Las Vegas on October 26, investigators said.

During the FBI investigation, photos of the body taken by Zambia’s consular chief were reviewed by the Colorado medical examiner, who said in a statement: “In my opinion, it would be physically impossible to accidentally shoot with this shotgun in its carrying case and produce the defect entry found on Mrs. Rudolph’s body.

Rudolph’s attorney filed motions on Tuesday to have him released from a Colorado detention center in Arizona, where he owns a home. His lawyers allegedly argued that he and Bianca had signed a prenuptial agreement and that he would not have lost much in the event of a divorce. They further stated that he had no financial motive to kill her, with his dental practices valued at $8 million, according to reports.

“This is an outrageous lawsuit against Dr. Larry Rudolph, a man who loved his wife of 34 years and did not kill her,” Lawrence’s attorney, David Oscar Markus, said in a statement. obtained by people. “In 2016, his wife had a terrible accident while on a hunting trip in Zambia. Investigators on site concluded that it was an accident. Several insurance companies also investigated and agreed.

“Now, more than five years later, the government is seeking to build a case against this highly respected and law-abiding dentist. Dr. Rudolph eagerly awaits his trial, where he will demonstrate his innocence.

US State Invests $ 61 Million To Increase Dental Reimbursements | Economy https://drmikehinze.com/us-state-invests-61-million-to-increase-dental-reimbursements-economy/ Thu, 13 Jan 2022 11:00:00 +0000 https://drmikehinze.com/us-state-invests-61-million-to-increase-dental-reimbursements-economy/

Put children back in dental chairs https://drmikehinze.com/put-children-back-in-dental-chairs/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 20:17:27 +0000 https://drmikehinze.com/put-children-back-in-dental-chairs/

The following Q&A arose from a discussion of pediatric dentistry with Dr. Katherine Fleming, faculty member at UConn’s School of Dentistry.

What has been the impact of the pandemic on pediatric dentistry here in UConn and across the country?


The negative effects on oral health, especially in children, have been significant – not just here, but across the country and around the world. Unfortunately, many families were unable to access the dental care they needed during the pandemic.

We have good research that supports the role of regular dental care in keeping children’s mouths healthy. Preventive pediatric dental visits give us the opportunity to build trusting relationships with our patients and educate families on how to care for their children’s teeth. We also use these visits to identify and treat dental problems before they cause pain or infection. It is therefore unfortunate that the pandemic has interfered with the dental care of so many children.

Many families also told us that oral health habits changed during the stressful time of the pandemic: adults and children snacked more, ate more sugary foods, and did not always remember to follow their daily routines. oral hygiene at home. Between the fear of contracting COVID-19, limited access to dental care, and the anxiety of going to the dentist in general, it was a perfect storm.

Have UConn clinics been occupied since they reopened last year?

Flemish: We have been constantly busy and see a lot of children whose care has been delayed due to the pandemic. We have seen a number of cavities that progressed rapidly during this time, requiring more treatment than if we had had the opportunity to treat them earlier. We take every precaution possible to ensure the safety of our providers, staff and patients. For example, we follow improved infection control guidelines, requiring masks, and our suppliers wear additional personal protective equipment. Hopefully the availability of vaccines will continue to bring young and older patients “back to the dentist’s chair.”

Obviously, parents play an important role in the dental care of their children. What message can you send to parents?

Flemish: Preventive care is essential – without regular visits, small problems can often turn into big problems. If bigger problems arise, treatment can be more difficult for the child, which fuels their fear of going to the dentist as they get older.

At this time of year, we always like to remind families to maintain their oral hygiene routine of brushing their children’s teeth twice a day with fluoridated toothpaste and flossing every night. Frequently our schedules change during the holidays with school vacations and family events, so these routines become even more important.

Also, I think it’s important that we get to enjoy some goodies. It’s all about moderation and the treats we choose! Hard or sticky candies like caramels stay on the teeth for a long time and have a higher risk of causing cavities. In addition, it is best to enjoy a treat or dessert with a meal and then brush their teeth 30 minutes after your child has finished eating.

How do you approach the problem of the “fear” of children who visit our dental clinics?

Flemish: Fighting against “fear” is at the heart of our profession as pediatric dentist. Our goal is always to make things easy, safe and less frightening for our pediatric patients. We are doing everything we can clinically, of course. We strive to treat conservatively and perform minimally invasive procedures where possible. However, our main tool for minimizing fear is to develop trust through empathy, active listening, and clear communication. We take the time to get to know our patients and their families as partners in care.

We also strive to engage children with age-appropriate language and techniques to let them know what to expect. For example, we present our dental instruments and let the children practice with the mirror so that they can see every step of the process. We also try to keep it as fun as possible! We play music, tell stories and jokes, and always end with a prize. Ultimately, our goal is to create positive relationships with the families of our patients and to lay the foundation that will last into adulthood.

What trends are helping to make going to the dentist easier and less frightening?


We maintain a strong focus on the practice of evidence-based dentistry. It is an exciting time for advancements in dental care and technology, especially in the area of ​​minimally invasive dentistry. We now have more options to treat cavities quickly, efficiently and painlessly. For example, we frequently use Silver Diamine Fluoride, which is a liquid that stops rot without a piercing or needle. With a few applications, treatments like this prevent or delay more invasive care, sometimes for years. We also use other materials that require less invasive treatment to restore or treat cavities, such as stainless steel crowns that can be placed without drilling. Again, prevention is always the best medicine, which is why our focus on patient and parent education helps us ensure our patients have the knowledge and tools to take better care of their mouths every day. .

Why do dental students choose pediatric dentistry as a vocation?

Flemish: Everyone who is new to pediatric dentistry enjoys working with children. Pediatric dentistry is changing rapidly and every day in our clinic is different. It is challenging work that is also incredibly rewarding. The biggest challenge, beyond technical ability, is learning to make children comfortable in the dental chair, to build confidence so that they know that you care and that you are there. listening to their concerns.

Our job goes far beyond providing the care the kids need and sending them home with a sticker. Children carry their dental and medical experiences with them throughout their lives. If parents have been traumatized by their personal dental history, they will be reluctant to bring their children. If children have had bad experiences, it can haunt them into adulthood. We must therefore work closely with the child and his parents to ensure that they receive the care they need in a safe and comfortable environment. Education is a big part of our job because many of the dental problems we see in children are preventable. We spend time with families teaching parents and children how to take the best care of their teeth.

I was a fourth grade teacher before deciding to change careers and become a dentist. Pediatric dentistry was a natural fit for me because education is so central to the job. I am very proud to have joined UConn Dental School – we have an amazing team and a great clinic.

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Katherine Fleming is Assistant Professor in the UConn School of Dental Medicine, Division of Pediatric Dentistry. She has her DDS from Columbia University College of Dental Medicine and completed her residency in pediatric dentistry at Columbia University Medical Center / New York-Presbyterian Hospital.

Composite dental bone graft substitutes market analysis, research study with Maxigen Biotech, Straumann, Geistlich https://drmikehinze.com/composite-dental-bone-graft-substitutes-market-analysis-research-study-with-maxigen-biotech-straumann-geistlich/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 15:14:32 +0000 https://drmikehinze.com/composite-dental-bone-graft-substitutes-market-analysis-research-study-with-maxigen-biotech-straumann-geistlich/

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Why was Lawrence Rudolph arrested? Dentist accused of murdering wife on African hunting safari https://drmikehinze.com/why-was-lawrence-rudolph-arrested-dentist-accused-of-murdering-wife-on-african-hunting-safari/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 10:56:37 +0000 https://drmikehinze.com/why-was-lawrence-rudolph-arrested-dentist-accused-of-murdering-wife-on-african-hunting-safari/

Recently, big news hit the internet that Pennsylvania-based dentist Dr Lawrence Rudolph has been arrested for the murder of his wife. Let us tell you that he killed his wife while on a hunting safari in Africa in 2016. The crime was part of insurance fraud and also part of his attempt to leave the marriage and live with his. longtime mistress.

You are also told that the doctor founded the Three Rivers Dental Group and that he is 67 years old. Now he’s been charged in Colorado with foreign murder and wire fraud. Let us tell you, when he was traveling with his wife, he shot her.

Who is Laurent Rudolph?

His wife’s name is Bianca and they were both on a family vacation in Zambia. Now the criminal complaint has been unsealed last week which was filed against Rudolph. Let us tell you that they are both in a relationship before they get married.

Not only that, but he also took out seven life insurance policies against his wife. Let us also tell you that all policies were adjusted a month before his assassination. Some sources have claimed that Rudolph and Bianca are avid hunters.

In October 2016, the two traveled to Zambia because Bianca wanted to kill a leopard. On October 11, game wardens and scouts heard a gunshot from their cabin and later found him on the ground with a gunshot wound to his chest. Rudolph said he was in the washroom when the incident happened.

Dentist accused of murdering wife while hunting in Africa

He said Bianca accidentally shot herself with her Browning 12-gauge shotgun. The case is in the spotlight today and many people are seeking to know more about this incident. So far, Dr Lawrence Rudolph has been arrested for allegedly killing his wife.

Speaking about the official statements, the Colorado medical examiner said: “In my opinion, it would be physically impossible to accidentally pull this shotgun out of its carrying case and produce the entry defect noted on Ms. Rudolph’s body. The end of the carrying case was most likely at least two feet from Ms Rudolph when the gun was unloaded, either on a cylinder or on a full choke.

Furthermore, it would be extremely difficult, if not impossible, for Mrs. Rudolph to reach the trigger of this weapon, even if it were held in the holster with the barrel pressed against her chest ”. Now stay tuned with us for more details on the same topic.

Figures show 10% drop in number of dentists in Cork on medical card system https://drmikehinze.com/figures-show-10-drop-in-number-of-dentists-in-cork-on-medical-card-system/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 15:00:00 +0000 https://drmikehinze.com/figures-show-10-drop-in-number-of-dentists-in-cork-on-medical-card-system/

Figures from the HSE have shown that there has been an almost 10% reduction in the number of dentists in Cork accepting medical cards over the past five years.

The figures were released by Cork / Kerry Community Healthcare following a parliamentary question to Health Minister Stephen Donnelly and posed by Cork Labor TD East Seán Sherlock.

In response, Priscilla Lynch, Head of Primary Care Services at Cork / Kerry Community Healthcare, wrote that dental care is provided to eligible children, medical cardholders, clients with special needs and others taken. supported by HSE in various locations in Cork.

Ms Lynch said children under 16 and adults are treated by private dental practitioners under contract with the HSE under the Dental Treatment Services Program (DTSS).

“Unfortunately, there has been a significant reduction in access to DTSS for medical cardholders in Cork, as dentists with DTSS contracts have either resigned from their contracts or are not accepting new patients for. the moment, ”Ms. Lynch wrote.

In October last year, the HSE revealed 460 of the 17% of Irish dentists had left the program since 2016, including 252 since the start of the Covid pandemic, leaving parts of the country with emergency coverage only .

Many of them have expressed concern that the program limits the number of preventive treatments allowed, such as fillings, while allowing an unlimited number of extractions.

Figures for Cork show that since 2016 there were 300 dentists in Cork’s four HSE coverage areas contracted with DTSS. By the end of last year, that number had fallen to 272, a reduction of 9.3% over five-year periods.

Ms Lynch wrote that, in line with the national trend, there are now fewer dentists in Cork operating DTSS than before the Covid pandemic.

“As a result, there is an increased demand for care from private dentists who continue to run the program.

“In addition, many dentists who continue to operate the program are not accepting new patients,” she added.

Ms Lynch concluded that a long-term solution to the problem “would require a commitment at the national level between the different stakeholders”.

Deputy Sherlock pointed out that HSE figures for the North Cork region showed nearly 18% of the number of local dentists on DTSS contracts, down from 45 in 2016 to 37 last year,

This has increased pressure on dentists still aligned with the program and increased wait times for medical cardholders and other eligible people seeking dental treatment.

Calling for a review of the program, MP Sherlock said the combination of a reduced number and a dentist not accepting new patients on medical cards was starting to have a negative impact on families.

“It is time for the government to review this service to ensure that those who are entitled to dental services through the general medical services plan are actually receiving these services,” said MP Sherlock.

Meanwhile, Deputy Sherlock is conducting an online survey of dental wait times and other related issues, available at tinyurl.com/2s4kn4fw.