Zagumba. 20 years in practice 
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 Zagumba. 20 years in practice

So while I've been looking over your posting history to smd, it's clear you've
not been here forever as Zagumba.  Maybe you were here as someone else before.
I don't know and probably don't really care to know.  But you are on record as
discouraging people from maxillo{*filter*} surgery.  Based on that alone, it's
suggestive that you're not a maxillo{*filter*} surgeon.  But you seem to have
people in your practice who could easily have been in an O.R. without a
medically necessary condition requiring elective the treatment of an OMFS.

Why do you think there is all this discussion that you're involved in that is
based in people thinking that a little imperfection of occlussion needs
surgery?  You're involved in it because the surgeons are promoting this and
there have to be some dentists who are sending their patients to that
specialist for a consulation.  Granted, in this day and age it isn't difficult
for a patient to make an appointment on his own with that kind of surgeon.  But
still, Zagumba.  What gives?

(I I have typos it's because I don't have time to reread everything and you can
figure out what I meant, I'm sure.)
Guess who?

Re: surgeon
Date: 1999/05/18

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>I have never understood the ida to make a patient happy for
>the moment (getting a fixed bridge into place on a tooth with
>a lengthened crown) who will loose in a few years due to the
>crown lengethening.

Huh?  I have been in the dental field for almost 20 years and I know of no case
of a patient losing a tooth due to a "crown lengthening" procedure.  Am I
missing something in your dialogue with Joel?  A crown lengthening is a pretty
standard surgical procedure and I've done many myself (and I have had it done
on my own teeth as well).

Where on earth did you get the idea that CL causes tooth loss?

Tue, 18 Dec 2001 03:00:00 GMT
 Zagumba. 20 years in practice


>still, Zagumba.  What gives?

Hey, it's "Zugumba".

Tue, 18 Dec 2001 03:00:00 GMT
 Zagumba. 20 years in practice

>Hey, it's "Zugumba".

Forgive me.  I did misspell your handle and it was my error.

Guess who?

Tue, 18 Dec 2001 03:00:00 GMT
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