Health workers in Queensland are helping parents who are worried about the future of their childrens teeth by teaching them to prevent the decay of their teeth.

Key points:Dentists in Queensland have been using a technique called microchip surgery to teach their patients to prevent decayThe procedure has been used in Australia for about a decadeBut the technique has been controversial and controversial is what Dr Scott Wilson, an assistant professor at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, says.

“The idea behind the technique is to use a tiny chip to make the patient feel pain and discomfort in their own mouth,” he said.

“They don’t want to have to remove the toothpiece, they want to feel that pain and to make sure that they can do it again and again.”

“But they are not using any technology at all.

The microchip implant is implanted in the patient’s mouth, and they’re using an electrical stimulator, which is just a device that sends electrical impulses to the implant.”

The implant is inserted in the mouth and connected to a small sensor that sends a small amount of electrical impulses, known as a microchip signal, to the chip that is used to record the patient.

“If the patient feels pain and has discomfort or discomfort at the implant, then the implant will send a microchips signal and that will cause the microchip to fire,” Dr Wilson said.’

I was not told about microchip implants’Dr Wilson said the technique had been used successfully for about 10 years in Australia.

“I have never had any concerns about it in Australia, and there is nothing to stop us doing this in Queensland.”

But the Queensland Department of Health and Human Services said microchip technology was not approved in Queensland, and it would not recommend it for use in Queensland.

Dr Wilson has spoken to other dentists in the state and said he had been told about it but the practice had been controversial.

“When I was doing the microchipping I was not aware that the micro chip was approved in Australia,” he told ABC Radio Brisbane.

“It was not clear to me that it was safe, it was not transparent to me, and I was told it was dangerous.”

Dr Wilson is one of a number of dentists who are teaching the procedure to patients, but he says some are concerned it could be harmful.

“Some people who have microchip operations say they feel discomfort at that time, and then they’re told the operation is going to be safe,” he explained.

“What do you do with that?

It’s not safe.”‘

We’re going to put people out of work’The microchip technique involves putting a small electrical chip in the oral cavity, and the device sends a micro chip signal to a chip in your mouth.

It sends an electrical signal to your brain, which sends a signal to the implanted microchip.

“Then the implant fires, and that’s how you get the implant to fire again,” Dr William Smith, an orthodontist at the University of Queensland’s Institute of Osteopathic Medicine, said.

But Dr Smith says that’s not the way it works in Queensland and there are concerns about the potential for harm.

“We are going to see a lot of people having a microChip implant that they’ve been told it is safe,” Dr Smith said.

Dr Smith says the microChip is a technology that has been around for decades, and he believes it is being used incorrectly.

“There are many different things that have been done with microchipped implants,” he added.

“Microchip implants are designed to send an electrical pulse to the mouth, but there is not a lot information about how it works and what it’s supposed to do.”

Dr Smith said he was concerned about the risks.

“One of the main concerns that I have is that some of these microchip implants could be potentially harmful.

I don’t think there is enough information to say what’s going to happen if a person has one of these things implanted in their mouth,” Dr Johnson said.