A US dentist who told his patients they were “crazy” if they had a cavity or an enlarged prostate is being praised by the American Academy of Osteopathic Dentistry for his bravery.
Dr. Anthony Fauset told the news outlet he decided to open up a clinic after receiving a phone call from a patient who wanted to get the surgery he was doing at his practice in Lincoln Nebraska.
“The patient asked if I could treat her because she was experiencing a lot of discomfort and she was having trouble with her bowels, but she was worried about her fertility,” Dr Fausets said.
“She said she had a family member that had an enlarged testicle and that it was something that had caused a lot problems.”
So I thought that was kind of a big deal, and that would be a great thing to do, to be able to get her an operation.
“The surgery would involve removing the testicle, removing the prostate and then removing a small amount of the prostate, which would be done under general anesthesia.
The procedure, which was performed by Dr Fauks team, was also expected to reduce the risk of infection for the patient, who was referred to the clinic by his wife.
The operation was performed on a patient by Dr. Fausetz team on February 3, 2017.
The patient is now receiving the procedure and has not had any side effects from the procedure, according to the medical news site MedPage Today.
The patient was referred by Drs Fausett and Fauket and Dr Faiset told MedPageToday that the operation was not painful at all, but that it did cause discomfort for some of the patients.”
It was a very good outcome for them,” Dr. Anthony said.
The surgery was not the only procedure Dr Fauxet had done in the past, but it was the first one performed by his team.”
I was a little concerned at first because of the size of the testicles, because it was an enlarged size,” Dr Anthony said, but Dr Faoset reassured him that it would not cause pain.”
Dr Fausetter said that after he completed the surgery, he began to have a lot more difficulty in his office, but the patient told him that the pain was “not that bad”.”
He did it for the very first time, he was very, very patient, very good to everybody and he did it very well.”
Dr Fausetter said that after he completed the surgery, he began to have a lot more difficulty in his office, but the patient told him that the pain was “not that bad”.
Dr Anthony said that he was also worried that patients might have some adverse reaction to the procedure.
“We were not expecting it to cause any side effect,” he said.
“The pain is nothing to be concerned about, and I think it’s very positive.”
Dr Anthony added that he is hopeful that this will be the first of many surgeries that will be performed by this team.
Dr Faukes team said in a statement that they are happy that their work has been recognized by the AOA.
“Dr Fauxets team is extremely proud of his pioneering work in a clinical setting,” they said.
We are proud of the positive results we have achieved and are confident that Dr Fasets team has helped to advance the field of cosmetic surgery.”