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Dental work's a kick in the teeth
Dental work's a kick in the teeth
Palesa Dwaba* sat down on a chair in the shabby room holding her black handbag tightly on her lap. “Good morning doctor,” she greeted.
Medical aids have dentists over a barrel
Medical aids have dentists over a barrel
"We are seeing dentists going under," said Maretha Smit, chief executive officer of the South African Dental Association (Sada).
Sex life leaving a bad taste in your mouth?
Sex life leaving a bad taste in your mouth?
Bad breath may not be the only oral hygiene factor affecting your sex life – there is clinical evidence that erectile dysfunction may come...
Minister wants to stop patient rip-offs
Minister wants to stop patient rip-offs
Government: Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi...
Minister wants to stop patient rip-offs
Minister wants to stop patient rip-offs
Government: Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi ...
Dummies' guide to medical tariffs
Dummies' guide to medical tariffs
Doctors' and dentists' associations have accused the Health Professions Council and the health minister of having a "hidden agenda" by introducing low guideline tariffs. This, they say, is to "force down" fees to unrealistic levels so that the...
The price we pay for good-looking teeth
The price we pay for good-looking teeth
To most people, looking good means feeling good about themselves. It boosts self-belief and self-reliance, both valuable commodities in today's...
Dental cavities: the hole truth
Dental cavities: the hole truth
As any dentist will tell you, tooth decay is the most common health disorder in humans. In South Africa, those most at risk are children and young...
Brushing off cancer
Brushing off cancer
Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon has been pilloried for shelling out $22 000 to fix the decaying gnashers that inspired his nickname, Johnny...

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