We all know how dangerous and debilitating dental cavities can be.
But now, we know that they’re also a major source of profit for criminal gangs, according to a new study.
In a new report by the Institute for Justice, researchers identified five major criminal gangs that are responsible for the spread of tooth decay in the U.S.
The report, Tooth Cap, Tooth Powder, Tooth Remover, Tooth Splitting, and the Dental Syndicate, was written by an international team of researchers who analyzed data from more than 20 million dental records.
Researchers found that the criminal organizations used tooth powder and tooth caps to spread tooth decay throughout the United States, and that some criminal organizations even sell tooth caps.
They also found that criminal groups routinely use tooth powder in the collection of counterfeit dental products.
In many cases, they are selling the products to people who would be unaware that they were buying counterfeit products.
For example, some tooth caps can contain a drug or fungus that is sold as a prescription drug.
And some criminals even sell the tooth caps in the United Kingdom, where the legal age to purchase tooth caps is 21.
The study also found criminal gangs used tooth caps and tooth powder to promote toothbrushing, which is an activity that can cause serious health complications and even lead to death.
The study found that many criminal gangs are able to get people to pay for this type of grooming by offering to do it for free.
These criminal gangs use tooth caps, tooth powder or tooth splitting to promote the spread and increase their revenue streams for their criminal enterprises.
It’s not only criminal organizations who profit from this practice, but it’s also the gangs themselves, the report said.
Dental Syndicate is the criminal gang that dominates the supply chain for counterfeit dental supplies, and it’s led by a charismatic leader known as the D.C. Assassin.
D.D. Assassin was also known as “the Tooth Master” in his native D.R.I. and “the King of the Dentists” in England, where he was a dentist for many years.
Dental Syndicates criminal activities include:The Dentist’s Guild, a criminal organization based in Florida that offers services to dentists, dentists and dental professionals in the Southeast, including those in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.
It also sells tooth caps for illegal sale to other criminal organizations.
The Blackstone Group, a black-owned company based in Tennessee that offers dental services to dental professionals and has a network of affiliate businesses that distribute the products.
It is also a criminal group that profits from counterfeit dental care products.
The Criminal Intelligence Group, an organization based outside of the United Sates that is responsible for supplying illegal drug and gang trafficking materials and the delivery of the products for criminal organizations like D.S., the Dentist Syndicate, the Dent Company, the Blackstone and the Dentmaster’s Guild.
The Crime Syndicate, an illegal group that sells counterfeit dental equipment and toothbrushes, including tooth caps that are used to promote oral hygiene and promote the distribution of counterfeit products, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and counterfeit toothbrush manufacturers.
The American Dental Association (ADA), a trade association representing the professional dental profession, said the study shows the criminal groups’ ability to profit from the widespread practice of toothbragging is troubling.
“We have a history of corruption that has gone on for decades,” said ADA President David Levenson.
“This study confirms that criminal organizations have a longstanding business model that is based on stealing toothpaste and other consumer products and reselling them on the black market.”
In the past year, dentistry is experiencing a resurgence of illegal dental products in the country, as more Americans turn to cheaper and cheaper alternatives like toothpaste, dental floss and toothpaste removers, the CDC reported last month.
And dentists say they are increasingly aware of the growing popularity of counterfeit toothpaste.
The DEA says that, as of March of this year, there were more than 1.5 million counterfeit dental items in the nation, with a combined value of $2.5 billion.
The dentists who are seeing these counterfeit products are also finding themselves in the middle of a criminal turf war.
The criminal organizations are using toothbragged products as bait to attract new customers, and are selling toothbrushed toothpaste that is actually counterfeit.
And they are using the toothbrags as bait in the criminal networks’ efforts to recruit new members.
It’s not just criminals that are targeting dentists.
Dentists also face an increased threat from criminals.
Dentist-affiliated businesses, like the dentist’s supply company that sells toothbrass, are also the target of thieves.
And criminals who are trying to make money by stealing dental supplies are increasingly targeting dentist supply stores, as well.
As these crimes continue, the U