Woman Conducted Dental Procedures in Va. Apartment: PD

By Mila Mimica and Pat Collins
|  Tuesday, Nov 19, 2013  |  Updated 7:50 PM EDT
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A Northern Virginia woman could face several charges after police found teeth and dentistry equipment inside her apartment.

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A Northern Virginia woman could face several charges after police found teeth and dentistry equipment inside her apartment.

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A woman may have been conducting dental work out of her Northern Virginia apartment without a license for years, according to documents obtained by News4. 

Police received several complaints of "invasive" dental procedures by a woman named "Angela" since April 2011 at an Annandale, Va. apartment, including anesthesia treatments.

Officers recently conducted a search warrant at the apartment, where they found boxes filled with dental equipment, including molds, bibs, dental impressions and even teeth.

News4's Pat Collins stopped by the apartment Tuesday. "Angela" denied having conducted dental procedures and refused to comment or speak on camera.

Police have confirmed she does not have a license to practice dentistry and say charges in the case are pending.

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