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Children's Dental
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October 12, 2016
California Public Health officials confirm that 12 children ages 3 to 9 are confirmed to have dental infections, and 37 children have been hospitalized with dental infections arising from the California Dental Group clinic in Anaheim.
ochealthinfo.com

October 12, 2016
A parent's worst nightmare-37 children now hospitalized with severe dental infections because of Children's Dental Group (mis)treatment-and the treatment may not have been needed at all.
ochealthinfo.com

September 26, 2016
These parents need to be asking "Why did Children's Dental Group do so many baby root canals?"
ocregister.com

September 21, 2016
Bacteria mantiene hospitalizados a 14 niños luego de ir al dentista.
univision.com

September 19, 2016
Clínica dental busca a pacientes tras hospitalización de 10 niños.
unidossc.com

September 17, 2016
SALUD: Niña de siete años pierde tres dientes y parte de quijada, tras brote de infecciones dentales en Anaheim.
unidossc.com

September 16, 2016
California Dental Group workers shown removing children’s dental records from clinic with outbreak of life threatening dental infections.
CBS Los Angeles

September 16, 2016
Más casos de niños hospitalizados por infectarse en el dentista.
laopinion.com

September 16, 2016
Niños quedan desdentados tras contraer una infección en una clínica dental del sur de California.
univision.com

September 15, 2016
California Dental Group refuses to allow parents access to their child’s dental records after 4-year-old hospitalized for life threatening dental infection.
ocregister.com

September 13, 2016
In Anaheim, California,7 children hospitalized for severe dental infections, 500 more could be affected.
ocregister.com

August 09, 2016
A case of a dentist upselling and overtreating. Imagine, your child is in the dental chair and the staff tells you "It's going to cost $6,000" to fix your teenager's teeth. And then you find out most of it wasn't necessary. 
houstonpress.com