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How can I get a job in a dentists’ office?

Question by Simple: How can I get a job in a dentists’ office?
I am going to school to become a dentist and I am a sophomore in college. I work at a grocery store but I would rather get my foot in the door and get some dental experience. I have met people who became dental assistants without even going to college, they got to work with people doing little things like telling them to spit in a cup and all that. How hard is it to start working at one of these offices? BTW, I don’t want to be a receptionist, I want to be in the actual environment. What should I say to the owners of these clinics and how should I present myself?
Tique, dental assistants do more work than what I was describing. I don’t expect to be an actual dental assistant without a full education or experience. The people I met without an education got to clean up around the area and do some small work with the patients, they were not actual dental assistants and that is what I am interested in until I finish college. Your answer doesn’t help me at all, but thanks.
emmalue, I wasn’t knocking the receptionist position. I just don’t have an appropriate speaking voice for a job like that. I am very business-minded and am always dressed professionally but I really like the idea that you hired a woman on impulse. I guess that shows me that I have a chance. Thank you.

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Answer by Cherie♥♫
Visit Craigslist.com or Backpage.com

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What happens if you get peridontitis with dental implant?

Question by Amy A: What happens if you get peridontitis with dental implant?
Do you have to get it removed and get a bone graft? What’s a bone graft? This is the only complication with dental implants that scares me.

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Answer by vanessa
no such thing

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American Dental Association's San Antonio conference economic impact

American Dental Association's San Antonio conference economic impact
According to American Dental Association officials, more than 75 million Americans won't visit a dentist this year, even though nearly half of people over 30 suffer from some form of gum disease and an estimated 25 percent of children under the age of …
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Hinsdale Dentist to Speak on Cancer Treatments and Oral Health at Local
He has lectured at a host of international and regional meetings, including for the California Dental Association, Michigan Dental Association, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and Chicago MidWinter. Dr. Morgan is considered an expert on …
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Looking a Dangerous Disease in the Mouth
The American Dental Association has resisted the idea for decades, arguing that it doesn't make economic sense and will consign some people to second-class care. “I always smile when I hear the term 'simple extraction,' ” said Maxine Feinberg, the …
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Piercings and oral infections?

question Bandit : oral piercings and infections ?
I’ve heard that oral piercings get infected easier than normal because their moth is dirty, but I’ve also seen that there are infected easily because his mouth is constantly producing new saliva. Which is it? They are also piercings WEB insurance language Best answer:
Reply by dentalhyg


If you think about it, the body will see the piercing as something outside-or something that should not be there. Firstly, the perforations can damage the oral periodontal tissue. Constant contact between jewelry and gums and teeth structure can cause the recession, chipped teeth, nerve damage and constant inflammation. The mouth itself is not “dirty”, but home to millions of tiny organisms that do have the potential to cause infection. The fact that our salivary glands produce saliva, this does not mean that pathogenic microorganisms may / may not be presentes.Una infection can be fatal if not treated in time, so if you do opt for an oral piercing should MAINTAN recare own office visits dentistas.Según of the American Dental Association, “oral piercing carries a potential risk of endocarditis, an inflammation of the heart valves or tissues. Bacteria can enter the bloodstream through drilling area in the mouth and travel to the heart, which can colonize the heart abnormalities. This is a risk for people with heart disease and., in the worst cases results in death ”


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Q&A: I want to be a dentist? Im a Junior in highschool and need help choosing classes to help me?

Question by Bumblee Bee: I want to be a dentist? Im a Junior in highschool and need help choosing classes to help me?
I really dont understand anything about Dentistry. I keep my teeth in “shape” but i need all the info i can get!

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Answer by ashley b
i think the best would be a nurse class or student aid in the nurses office.

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