Ukrainian refugee with her daughter returned to Ukraine from Scotland to have a tooth removed
A Ukrainian refugee had to return to her homeland with her daughter from Scotland to have her child's tooth removed. This is written by the Scottish edition of Press and Journal.
Oksana Martirosova and her seven-year-old daughter arrived in Scotland in September 2022. When the girl needed to urgently remove a tooth under general anesthesia, it turned out that local doctors would not be able to do this promptly, she would have to wait in line for four months. In the meantime, the refugee was advised to give her daughter antibiotics and painkillers.
Martirosova told the publication that her daughter was in terrible pain and could not wait so long to see a doctor. Therefore, in early March, the family returned to Ukraine, where they visited a dentist. After the extraction of the tooth, they traveled back to Scotland.