The Chief Minister of Malacca and the Smiling Female Bogus Dentist…

This photo comes from her Instagram Account

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TheSun reported that Nur Farahanis, a vocational college graduate, had apparently learnt her “dentistry skills” via YouTube.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/10/09/health-ministry-denies-helping-bogus-dentist-as-ethics-issue-rages/

In an Instagram post, Nur Farahanis had claimed that her “business” was approved and granted by the Health Ministry and expressed gratitude to both Dr Hilmi and his private secretary, Aziaan Ariffin.

https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2017/10/289481/bogus-melaka-dentist-dr-hilmi-says-he-forwarded-nur-farahanis-appeal

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http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/10/11/fake-dentist-gave-herself-away-womans-report-on-patients-who-failed-to-pay-tips-off-health-dept/

She was reputed to have earned around RM6,000 per day, charging RM650 for full braces, and RM350 for a partial fitting. Despite being caught in a raid in a homestay last year, she continued to practice.

Read more at https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/398443#Exst7WBSTuiysIf3.99

17 October 2017

‘Bogus dentist’ Nara finally says sorry

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MELAKA: ‘Bogus dentist’ Nur Farahanis Ezzaty Adli, who was jailed after being convicted of offering unlicensed dental services, has issued a public apology.

The 20-year-old, better known to her social media followers as Nara, made the apology via a video on Harian Metro, some two weeks after she was roundly criticised by netizens for not owning up to her mistakes.

In the five-minute video, she expressed regret for publishing what was deemed a misleading video following her release from jail.

She also admitted that contrary to her earlier claims, she did not receive any help from the Health Ministry.

“Today I want to make an apology video as well as an explanation on the issues being discussed on social media.

“First of all, I’d like to touch on the issue of my video uploaded on February 2, where people had labeled me arrogant and showing no remorse despite being sentenced to jail.”

 

https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2017/10/292081/bogus-dentist-nara-finally-says-sorry

16 October 2017

The truth would wipe the smile off your face
The deputy prime minister’s son-in-law, Syed Alman Zain Syed Alwi, died at the hands of a qualified dentist. Nur does not seem to understand that her actions were morally wrong, irresponsible and dangerous.
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She was so irresponsible that it is doubtful if she sterilised her equipment scrupulously to stop the transfer of germs and infections. Despite the earlier raid, she continued to operate from a new base, after her father convinced the unsuspecting restaurant owner to promote his daughter’s services.
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The smile would be wiped off the landlord’s face if he was also slapped with a fine for being an accessory to Nur’s crime, as he provided the premises.

The Muslim NGO which paid her fine appears clueless. Instead of protecting the general public, they support criminals like Nur.

The prime motivator for scammers like Nur is money. Ironically, she was caught, because she made a police report against two patients, who had not paid their bills.

This con artist is driven by greed.

Her so-called practise should have records to trace her patients. The Health Ministry should check this from the receipt book which her parents refused to hand over.Nur Farahanis Ezatty Adli should be jailed for a long time, to show other fake practitioners that the law will come down hard on them; but the reality is that she will reopen her practise soon.


MARIAM MOKHTAR is a defender of the truth, the admiral-general of the Green Bean Army and president of the Perak Liberation Organisation (PLO). Blog, Twitter.

The views expressed here are those of the author/contributor and do not necessarily represent the views of Malaysiakini.
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Bogus dentists visiting homes to treat patients

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KUALA LUMPUR: Bogus dentists who offers low prices are being encouraged by the lax attitude shown by the public who take safety lightly.

President of the Malaysian Private Dental Practitioners Association (MPDPA) Dr V Nedunchelian said the price of treatment offered by these bogus dentists was low, luring many people to accept their services.

“Now, it is easy for a person to get dental treatment from these bogus dentists who offer mobile services and can go to their homes or meet them anywhere.

“They also do not need to set an appointment or wait their turn, but they ignore safety, cleanliness and the dentist’s capability in treating them,” he told Bernama.

Nedunchelian said it was difficult to control the situation if these uncertified dentists continued to provide their services as there was demand for it.

“Dental treatment is not a simple process as it requires detailed clinical procedures.

“The doctor will check the patient first to ensure he is suitable and really needs dental treatment so as to avoid any complications,” he said.

Nedunchelian said in the case of one patient, he had to seek treatment when he suffered complications after he had false teeth implanted by a bogus dentist.

“The patient suffered serious gum swelling.

“His false teeth were stuck to the gums, causing extreme pain caused by the pressure on his gums and resulting in mouth ulcers.

“Using wires to fix the dentures is not the right technique.

“When I asked him where he received the service, the patient said someone came to him to fix the dentures.

“He did not want to reveal the actual facts,” he said.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/10/12/bogus-dentists-visiting-homes-to-treat-patients/#sthash.gaaum2qn.uxfs

Oct 10

So the bogus dentist was right. U did support her. You are unfit to be anywhere near the medical profession.

20h20 hours ago

Doc: Bogus dentist’s behaviour not normal dia, bapak dia & ramai lagi.
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Doc: Bogus dentist’s behaviour not normal


  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 11 Oct 2017

     

KUALA LUMPUR: The behaviour of bogus dentist Nur Farahanis Ezatty Adli, who did not show any remorse and instead thanked her critics for making her famous, has baffled many, with an expert saying that her actions were “not normal”.

Universiti Malaya Medical Centre Assoc Prof in psychological medicine Datin Dr Sharmilla Kanaga­sundram said Nur Farahanis’ behaviour was not normal for someone who had committed a serious offence as she did not show remorse or take the offence seriously.

Many were surprised that the 20-year-old could smile and not show any remorse.
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Asked if Nur Farahanis’ response was a result of her not knowing the gravity of her offence, Dr Sharmilla said she would not know and that a psychiatrist needed to evaluate her to find out.

“It would be necessary to find out her understanding of dentistry as well as the legal implications of what she has done.

“Factors such as the level of education, schooling and family background are also important,” she added.

She also said that the Health Ministry should take the issue of people posing as dentists and orthodontists seriously to help deter similar incidents in the future.
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Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/10/11/doc-bogus-dentists-behaviour-not-normal/#1fFelpVUsIImQ642.99

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Arrest deputy minister over bogus dentist case, Guan Eng urges MACC
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However, the deputy minister maintained that he never supported the bogus dentist.
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According to the New Straits Times, Nur Farahanis had said in an Instagram post that her unlicensed dental practice was approved by the Health Ministry and expressed her gratitude to Hilmi and his aide.
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Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng has urged the MACC to arrest Deputy Health Minister Dr Hilmi Yahaya over his alleged support for a bogus dentist, who was fined RM70,000 by a Malacca Sessions Court for running an unregistered private dental clinic.

“MACC should arrest Hilmi to determine whether (he) had abused his powers in trying to ‘help’ a bogus dentist who was practising illegally,” Lim said in a statement today.

He claimed that Hilmi’s initial denial of supporting Nur Farahanis Ezatty’s unlicensed dental practice has been “exposed as a lie,” given the deputy minister’s admission to having forwarded an appeal letter from her to the Oral Health Division of the Health Ministry.

Hilmi, who is the MP for Balik Pulau, argued that he was merely doing his duty as an elected representative after the appeal letter was submitted to him.
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Fake dentist gave herself away


  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 11 Oct 2017

by r.s.n. muralisardi marhom

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Unrepentant: Nur Farahanis’ post on her Instagram account earlier.

MELAKA: Nur Farahanis Ezatty Adli, the woman at the centre of the fake dentist controversy, lodged a police report claiming that two patients did not pay her for dental services she provided.

It turned out to be a self-inflicted “injury” as it put her on the radar of the state Health Department, which started tracking her.

Eventually, enforcement officers from the department raided the homestay where she was offering unlicensed orthodontic services on Jan 25, after gathering enough evidence against her.

But she remained unrepentant, continuing with her “business” even after the raid.

Nur Farahanis, 20, from Taman Bukit Baru Jaya here, lodged the report at Melaka Tengah police headquarters on Aug 12 last year, alleging that two customers failed to settle a payment of RM700.

The report suggested that she was already fitting braces at age 19, when she was a student at a vocational college here.

That was when the department raided the homestay.

A 38-year-old restaurateur in Jalan Hang Tuah here said Nur Farahanis set up a “consultation space” at his premises and more than 10 customers came to see her in just a few hours sometime in mid-June.

“Her father asked me to give his daughter a chance to promote her services and I obliged,” claimed the man, who requested anonymity.

He said she earned RM6,000 in a day by offering packages of RM650 for full braces and RM350 for a partial fitting.

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Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/10/11/fake-dentist-gave-herself-away-womans-report-on-patients-who-failed-to-pay-tips-off-health-dept/#IRZC8MSFbJSpwDH7.99

Social media users slam ‘unrepentant’ bogus dentist

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PETALING JAYA: Social media users have slammed a bogus dentist over a video she posted on Instagram where she appeared to be unrepentant and thanked the public for “making her rich and famous”.

They criticised Nur Farahanis Ezatty Adli, 20, with some saying she was arrogant and her actions had tarnished the image of the dental fraternity.

Farahanis, who was found guilty on Sept 29 by the Sessions Court in Melaka for running an unregistered private dental clinic, has 12,000 followers on her Instagram where she goes by the handle of “Naraswaraa”.

In the one-minute video, she had expressed relief that things had worked out well for her.

“I am thanking everyone who supported me and those who tried to bring me down as well.

“Because without you guys, I wouldn’t be this successful.

“Thank you for making me famous and rich,” Farahanis said in her video.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/10/10/social-media-users-slam-unrepentant-bogus-dentist/

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Bogus Melaka dentist: Dr Hilmi says he forwarded Nur Farahanis’ appeal letter

SHAH ALAM: Deputy Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Hilmi Yahaya today maintained that he never supported the bogus dentist, who was fined RM70,000 by a Melaka Sessions Court for running an unregistered private dental clinic.

He, however, said that as the Balik Pulau Member of Parliament, he did extend Nur Farahanis Ezatty Adli’s appeal letter to the ministry’s Oral Health Division director for consideration.

“I was only doing my duty as an MP by acting upon an appeal letter submitted to me,” he explained today.

Hilmi was commenting on Nur Farahanis’ claims on social media that she had received the “support” from the Health Ministry and Dr Hilmi.

“This is not an issue. I do not condone her action, nor do I support her. I was only doing my duty as a Member of Parliament to help those who are seeking my assistance.

“I only extended her appeal letter to the Oral Health Division director.

“But, I was later informed that the case has been taken to court. Hence, I did not interfere (with the court’s decision). That (assisting Nur Farahanis) is no longer the case,” he told reporters after launching the 4th Kuala Lumpur Hospital Burn Seminar 2017 here today.

In an Instagram post, Nur Farahanis had claimed that her “business” was approved and granted by the Health Ministry and expressed gratitude to both Dr Hilmi and his private secretary, Aziaan Ariffin.

https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2017/10/289481/bogus-melaka-dentist-dr-hilmi-says-he-forwarded-nur-farahanis-appeal

Health ministry denies helping bogus dentist, as ethics issue rages

October 9, 2017

Deputy health minister says the ministry does not support any individual who violates the law, following claim by Nur Farahanis Ezatty Adli, who was fined RM70,000 by the court, that she had received the ministry’s support.
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KUALA LUMPUR: As the debate over whether it was right for two NGOs to raise funds for a bogus dentist to pay a RM70,000 court fine for running an unlicensed dental service in Malacca rages, the health ministry has issued a denial that it has ever given her any support.

In a press statement yesterday, the office of Deputy Health Minister Dr Hilmi Yahaya said it had never supported or compromised with individuals who violated the law. The statement was issued by his private secretary Aziaan Ariffin.

Nur Farahanis Ezatty Adli, 20, was found guilty on Sept 29 by the Sessions Court in Melaka of running an unregistered private dental clinic.

According to a NST report she had claimed in an Instagram post that her “business” had been approved by the health ministry. She had also thanked Dr Hilmi and Aziaan for their support.

She was released from prison after serving six days out of her six-month jail sentence for failing to pay the court fine after the Malaysian Muslim Consumers’ Association (PPIM) and Malaysia Islamic Economic Activist Organisation (PPEM) raised funds for her.

According to a report in TheSun, Malaysian Association of Orthodontists (MAO) president Dr Noraini Alwi blasted the two NGOs. She said it sent the wrong message to the public.

She said a recent statement by PPIM lead activist Nadzim Johan also implied that it was acceptable for dental services to by carried out by anyone, although they “only learnt through YouTube”.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/10/09/health-ministry-denies-helping-bogus-dentist-as-ethics-issue-rages/

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