ive never really understood why the mouth isn't included in regular health care, and dentistry has a whole separate title...the mouth is still part of the body, and shouldn't be excluded based on a profession.
I have a younger sibling who is a DDS. She is retired. In her early days she was in the ER at CHOPS.
My son had an injury to his mouth and I took him to the ER. The doctor there did NOTHING for his injury which later required the removal of four baby teeth; the ER doctor did not even look at his mouth. The ER doctor gave me a referral to a dentist in the next building; I had my own pediatric dentist. I was insulted. My son's mouth bled all night.
I complained to my sister about the treatment I received. My sister told me that the mouth is considered "dirty" and all conditions of the mouth come under the domain of the dentist, not a doctor. Even though a dentist is a "doctor of dental surgery", regular doctors consider all mouth problems to be the domain of the dentist.
MMM. Seems to me to be an old medieval attitude. I do know that barbers did some dentistry. Anyway, that was her explanation.
"Vaccines are like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get - acute hemorrhagic edema of infancy, allergies, anaphylaxis, asthma, autoimmune disease, diabetes, eczema, petit/gran mal seizures, fibromyalgia, Henoch-Schonlein purpua, Dravet's Syndrome, Retts Syndrome, Sweet's Syndrome, Hughes Syndrome, encephalitis, speech delay, tics, neurological damage, coma, ADEM, ADHD, AFP, ASIA, CFS, CRPS, GBS, ITP, JPA, JRA, LGS, LKS, MS, OMS, ORS, PANDAS, PANS, PINTANDS, POF, POTS, RA, SIDS, SJS, SLE, SPD, SUDS, TPI, the disease one is being vaccinated against, or death."
Paraphrased from "Forrest Gump".
List from the drug companies' own package inserts that come with their product as required by law.