Moscow – Do you have any scary dentist memories from your childhood? Believe Julia Kalinina, you’re all good, after seeing this you will understand YOU had nothing to fear of. Recently a batch of photos of the Dental Clinic N2 (Lyubertsky district hospital N1) was released by Julia Kalinina and it went viral. It is actually a fully functioning (public) dental clinic, but from the outside you might get an impression it is a abandoned homeless shelter. Julia said equipment inside is not any better, it is probably older than she is.
However in this hard reality, doctors seem to be really qualified she says and they should get an award for making excellent work in such hard conditions. They worked over twenty years in Moscow but after some reforms they were sent here to the region, as Julia learned while waiting for her turn to sit on the horror dentist chair.
There are only two drugs used in the clinic: dental cement and Lidocaine. Clinic is in ruined conditions, which she witnessed as the cement was falling out of the walls, but the regional health care can’t afford to repair right now.
Surprisingly, this remarkable dental clinic is located not in some rural area, but in around 10 miles from the Moscow Ring Road. When it comes to the local anesthesia, patients are welcome to bring their own drugs.
These photos were taken by me three days ago in the Department of Dentistry Polyclinic Lyubertsy District, Oktyabrsky village. East District, Lenin Street 48, if someone wants to receive medical treatment there.