‘Caught the kid in the act’: Kids caught with fake teeth, teeth taken from the grave

An inquest has heard a five-year-old boy had his tooth extracted during a visit to the Royal College of Physicians in the UK.

The boy, who has not been named, was admitted to hospital in Glasgow in February 2017 after a dental procedure in the town of Bredbury.

He had been visiting the hospital for a routine checkup and the dentist told the hospital’s nurse that he had a “pockmark” on his upper left cheek.

A dental technician and nurse at the hospital were unable to locate the child’s dental plaque, which would have allowed them to extract the tooth.

The dentist then removed the tooth from the boy’s lower left cheek and handed it to the ambulance service, where it was taken for an x-ray.

The dental technician who performed the extraction did not find the child had a dentition hole, but did not report the incident to the police.

Our patients are our first priority and we strive to provide a high level of patient care to all our patients, and we will be investigating the circumstances of this incident to ensure this does not happen again.” “

It is vital that we are aware of all reported dental injuries to ensure we have the right team available to treat them.”

Our patients are our first priority and we strive to provide a high level of patient care to all our patients, and we will be investigating the circumstances of this incident to ensure this does not happen again.

“The boy has been discharged from hospital.