The UK Personal Independence Payment Database – Should Spiraling Disabilities Give Pause To Reconsider Continued Routine Office Based Anesthesia In Dentistry Without Further Consideration?

Former Blackrock hedge fund analyst Ed Dowd made a troubling discovery about mortality rates in the US. He observed an increase in deaths, particularly among young individuals, unrelated to COVID-19. Insurance companies also reported higher death rates. Dowd’s research team has now found startling data from the UK indicating a significant rise in disabilities coinciding with the mass vaccination effort. Dowd believes the same trend is likely happening in the US. This raises concerns, especially in dentistry, where an increase in cardiovascular disabilities among young patients has been observed. A more cautious approach to office-based anesthesia may be necessary.

A Veritable Quandary?

One of the most common questions we hear from licensed dental healthcare professionals when considering the prospect of dropping their federal Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) permit is “Can I do that?” The answer is “Yes you can”. Your professional license issued by the state in which you practice affords the ability to conduct patient care …

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Clonidine Revisted…Again…

We continuously endorse the use of over-the-counter analgesics (non-opiate multi-modal therapy) such as Advil (Ibuprofen), Aleve (Naproxen), and Tylenol (Acetaminophen) – alone or in combination – for most – if not all dental procedures…including surgery. In fact, we train doctors who participate in our state mandated opiate compliance webinar “Strategies For Acute Pain Management In …

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