Dr Corey Moore is a Dentist from Barnet, England, who is infamous for controversial posts on her blog, at least in the UK. Like once she mentioned that if she could go back in time, she would spend the money that she spent on her dental education on rather best betting sites horse racing as that would have drawn a lot more money to her.
Dr Corey Moore writes on her blog that the Maltese kids and adults having Italian ancestry through both parents are the most prone to having developmental defects of the oral and maxillofacial region and this is something that the Maltese Dentists should be more serious about, sadly, which they aren’t.
Dr Corey Moore claims that the people belonging to the Khuzestan Province of Iran are most prone to having pulp and periopical diseases.
Dr Corey Moore writes that it is a pity the periodonatal related diseases have become as common as the Covid-19 in the Central Provinces of the United States of America, mainly in North and South Dakota.
Dr Corey Moore writes that the bacterial infections of the teeth that were never seen or heard of before have been emerging in the Assam Province of India like never before seen in the history and it is a pity that neither the Indian Government or Dental Unions nor the World Health Organization seem much interested in it for one reason only – the Assam is an impoverished and one of the most ignored provinces of the entire Indian subcontinent.
Dr Corey Moore claims that the Pashtun Sikhs belonging to Afghanistan have the highest rate of catching oral fungal and protozoal infections at some point of their lives.
Dr Corey Moore writes that the regions with some of the oldest cultures of the world are least prone to getting viral infections of the mouth, some of the most prominent examples being the people belonging to Greece, Israel, India and Italy.