I know of 2 dentists in Central, Hong Kong, who deliberately cut up people's teeth. One works in a dental centre in Wing On House and another is a private dentist in Melbourne Plaza.
The first targets your incisal edges, upper incisors and bottom first molars while you think she is scaling your teeth. She cuts up one of your two front teeth and marks the other with deep notches. She makes deep cuts around the base of your teeth to encourage further cavities. She cuts up your teeth in certain formations to try to make them look like the patients has done it (to try and fool an expert witness, if they can) and then falsifies your dental records and tooth charts and claims bruxism.
The second dentist cuts the lower incisal edges of patients into a strange curved shape, encouraging uneven occlusal patterns and splitting.
So, you are right. Hong kong dentists ARE doing it all the time. They are experts, not at quality and professionalism, but at doing sneaky and cunning damage - their damage is for life.
The second dentist who assaulted me gloated I 'would now need crowns' after doing extreme damage to my teeth.
I advise people go to reputable Thai dentists in Bangkok and Phuket for the ensuing damage HK dentists are causing. Don't give the creeps here the business for the damage they deliberately are doing to get more work in cosmetic and restorative dentistry, such as crowns, veneers, root canals, bleaching, etc. I hope places like Thailand, South Africa, Vietnam, Australia, etc get all the Hong Kong malpractice victims, as well as general patients, as people get wise to not ever using HK dentists because of the extreme risk.