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I wonder if it works if your rub your own

by JP Bill / October 16, 2007 1:50 AM PDT
Dentist claims breast rubs sometimes appropriate

WOODLAND, Calif. ? A dentist accused of fondling the breasts of 27 female patients is trying to keep his dental license by arguing that chest massages are an appropriate procedure in certain cases. Mark Anderson's lawyer says dental journals discuss the need to massage the pectoral muscles to treat a common jaw problem.

Police say Anderson said during recorded phone calls that he routinely massaged patients' chests to treat temporo-mandibular joint disorder, or TMJ, which causes neck and head pain.
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(NT) Yes, but I came in for a cleaning !
by grimgraphix / October 16, 2007 2:24 AM PDT
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(Giggle!)
by Angeline Booher / October 16, 2007 4:26 AM PDT

This also got me.

Zaro said Anderson, 48, of Woodland, needs to keep seeing patients so he can feed his seven children and pay for his defense.

Angeline
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This line gets me
by Steven Haninger / October 16, 2007 5:35 AM PDT
"Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Phillips gave Lew three new complaints, including one from a 31-year-old woman who said Anderson fondled her at least six times over two years."

So, after the first time she went back for 5 more treatments? I'm not defending the letch but something about the massages must have been working right. Wink
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Good point!
by Angeline Booher / October 16, 2007 6:28 AM PDT
In reply to: This line gets me

I can understand that the first time or two it might (in a stretch) have been considered "accidental. But not after that.

This also got me.

Zaro said Anderson, 48, of Woodland, needs to keep seeing patients so he can feed his seven children and pay for his defense.

Angeline
Speakeasy Moderator

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