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Emergency Dental Services has recently launched a 24-hour clinic in Mar Vista LA Los Angeles. The recently launched clinic aims to provide emergency dental care through Dr. Bruce King and his staff.
An Emergency dental clinic has recently been open in Los Angeles, California. The service aims to deliver 24 hours service daily and seeks to cater to the needs of residents in the communities of Mar Vista, Westdale, Park West, Sunkist Park, Del Rey, Culver – West, and Culver City. Additionally, the service seeks to accommodate people who cannot afford to pay for emergency services.
For more information visit https://www.emergencydentalservice.com/emergencydentist/los-angeles-ca-dr-bruce-e-king.
The recently launched emergency dental service aims to provide a wide variety of services to those who need it the most. The clinic seeks to provide relief to people suffering from Broken/Fractured Tooth, Severe Toothache, and Soft Tissue Injury among others. It also aims to deliver instant insurance verification and financing options for unexpected costs because an emergency can sometimes prove to be expensive.
Apart from insurance verification and financing options for people without insurance, the clinic seeks to offer a line of dental credit and a dental plan to help its patients save on dental care.
The clinic understands that emergency dental services can provide relief to suffering patients and also decreases the risk of a minor dental issue developing into a critical one.
A simple gum or tooth injury can leave permanent damage if a dental check-up is delayed or ignored. As such, Dr. Bruce King and his staff of trained dental practitioners seek to provide these services for people who need an extraction or other emergency dental services on short notice.
Dr. Bruce King has been serving the areas of Palms, Mar Vista, Culver City, and Los Angeles City for over 30 years. He also has 20 years of experience in family dentistry and aims to use that experience to deliver 24-hour emergency dental services daily.
More information is available at https://www.emergencydentalservice.com/emergencydentist/west-allis-wi-james-r-coakley-dds-sc.
Over the years, Dr. King has had many reviews from satisfied patients. One patient had this to say, “Dr. King and his staff are great! I initially saw Dr. King for an emergency appointment due to some tooth pain, and he was able to see me same day. His office is very transparent with price (Thanks Walter) and his dental assistants are super nice. Dr. King is very personable and everything he did was painless. Thank you so much for your care!”
For more information visit https://www.emergencydentalservice.com/emergencydentist/northville-mi-charles-s-choueiry-dds-pc.
Interested parties can click on the links above for more information.
Name: Eric LaVette
Email: Send Email
Organization: Emergency Dental Service Los Angeles CA 90066
Address: 3791 S. Centinela Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90066, United States
Release ID: 88985840
An Alaska dentist was alsoon a patient who was under anesthesia was convicted on 46 counts of defrauding the federal Medicaid program has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.
Anchorage Superior Court Judge Michael Wolverton found Seth Lookhart, 35, guilty Jan. 17 of pressuring patients to needlessly undergo intravenous sedation to bill Medicaid for the service.
Wolverton on Monday suspended eight years of the sentence, leaving Lookhart 12 years of prison time to serve.
The state requested that the court order Lookhart to pay more than $2 million in restitution for the Medicaid fraud.
A 25-second video that appeared to have been filmed using a phone showed Lookhart riding a hoverboard into an exam room before removing a tooth from a sedated patient and then pivoting and riding away.
Evidence presented at trial showed other patients were left unattended while sedated, had breathing and heart complications and in some cases nearly died.
Patients also testified they woke from anesthesia to discover Lookhart worked on or removed the wrong teeth or strayed from agreed treatment plans.
Judge Wolverton said he was particularly struck by numerous text messages in which Lookhart bragged to friends about his crimes, KTVU reported.
“I’ve never seen anything like it, not ever,” Wolverton said.
Lookhart apologized in court while reading a prepared statement.
“While I do not doubt that I was able to render care and alleviate the pain to many people who were in dire need, I also know that I could have and should have maintained better discipline and focus while serving a patient base I came to love,” he said.
Lookhart is scheduled to begin serving his sentence Dec. 7.