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Say cheese  Praveen Bose / Bangalore September 27, 2006    


Health check-ups, believe it or not, can now be gifted.    The next time you want to give a gift to someone in Bangalore, you can gift a health check-up package. You don’t have to drag anybody off to a clinic, though. The gift looks like a purchase cheque, and you can buy it off the shelf.    G Krishnamurthy, CEO, PeopleHealth, a consumer-oriented health services organisation based in Bangalore, is convinced that it is an excellent idea.    “Preventive healthcare is gaining in prominence,” he explains. PeopleHealth offers a portfolio of integrated health management solutions, and counts many IT and ITeS firms among its clients.    The packages are tailored to the needs of both corporates and individuals, and are available at outlets like Health & Glow, owned by the RPG group. The firm is also in talks with other such specialist health stores too.    There’s plenty of variety to choose from. There are packages with such snappy names as Be Smart, Stay Upbeat, Fit & Fine, Hale & Hearty. It’s actually an age segmentation scheme.    Hale & Hearty, thus, is recommended for people above 40, while Fit & Fine has been designed for people between 31 and 40, and Stay Upbeat is for people below 30. Be Smart is for beginners who might want to try out the idea, and is therefore attractively priced.    “We are the only one in the country offering such healthcare packages that are pre-defined, pre-planned and pre-paid,” says Krishnamurthy.    The marketing spiel for these packages goes something like this. Job-related stress, unhealthy eating habits, inadequate rest and high levels of pollution are getting to us all. So if you want to do a good turn to a friend, help him/her overcome inertia through a package that can detect danger early enough.    As for the actual check-ups, they are done in a non-clinic ambience at nine fairly well-known clinics or hospitals across Bangalore. “People need an exclusive ambience for the check-ups,” says Krishnamurthy.    Each plan covers all vital organs for any symptoms of illness. Dental check-ups, though, are not included.   

Meth Mouth - Can leave you tooth less

Your Teeth on drugs!

Methamphetamine Use and Oral Health (Meth Mouth)

Dental health care professionals should be aware that methamphetamine use is on the rise in the U.S. The allure of this drug is that it is cheap, easy to make and the high lasts much longer than crack cocaine (12 hours versus one hour for cocaine). As well as being a potent central nervous system stimulant that can cause permanent brain damage, methamphetamine use has also been associated with severe oral health effects. Dental professionals should be aware of methamphetamine’s oral health effects and the treatment considerations for users of this drug.

Man Doing Dental Work Without a License

Is there a business out there, that someone has not yet tried short cuts on? or fraud? or let's say screw other people?

What is the world coming to?

People bust their butts to become dentists and someone just decides to open a little clinic and do dental work on people, without a license. 

Now a days you need a license for just about anything you do, soon you'll need a license for breathing...what are people thinking?

So here is the story

Dentists Laser Show

Dentists show off lasers

The American Dental Association will show off the latest in dental technology this weekend in parking lot M at Arrowhead Stadium.

William Busch, a North Kansas City dentist, and other area dentists sponsored the touring exhibit to demonstrate the latest in painless dentistry.

The exhibit features noise-canceling headphones and virtual reality video glasses, dental lasers and air abrasion technology designed to reduce pain.

The event is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. to noon Sunday.