Question by FRANCIE B: help need teeth desperately!!!!!!!!!?
i am 49 and in 1996 i had a serious car accident. it took 181 stiches to put my face back, but i lost all my teeth, i have an upper plate, but they said there is no way that i can afford the $ 6000.00 oral surgery needed to put in ‘pegs’ in for my lower! my husbands co. closed after he had been with them for 26 years! i am on full disability. and we have had custody of our grandson who is now 11. and an ‘a’ student!!!! i see our drs. without borders–travel around the world to help people……….why not me????
someone help please!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Answer by leisureeric
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Question by Fitness4Life: What processes do you have to go through to become a dentist?
Im interested in becoming one and Im wondering how long u have to go for undergraduate and what courses u have to take. also after youre done with undergad do you go to dental school? and for how long?
Also is it difficult becoming one?
Answer by Jenn
you need to research universities because i’d say it varies somewhat. find a university that offers it and check the curriculum.
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Question by firstname.lastname@example.org: what is the reason that we must brush our teeth every day?
Now How Many times per day that yourself Brushes your own teeth
as to keep them clean also healthy ?
this is asked by the American Dental Association and the general
Health Care ?
Answer by PJ
Because otherwise bacteria have a field day in your filthy mouth. They eat away your teeth, your gums, and if things get bad enough, the infection can spread to your blood and you can get septic.
Brush at least twice a day. Floss if you’re smart.
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Question by derae0800: Dental Hygienist in Norfolk, Va? How do you become a dental hygienist?
How do you become a dental hygienist in norfolk, va? What school do you have? Im very interested in becoming one and just want to know what is the best approach and school to attend to become one.
Thank you for your time
Answer by Costas B
To become a dental hygienist in United States you must complete a two-year program that awards an associate’s degree or certification in a dental hygienist school that is accredited by the American Dental Association (ADA).
Dental hygienists school programs usually require both general education courses and courses specific to the field of dental hygiene. General education courses important to dental hygiene degrees include college level algebra, biology, and chemistry. Courses specific to dental hygiene may include dental pharmacology, radiography, and periodontology.
All dental hygienists in the United States must be licensed by the state in which they practice, after completing the minimum of two years of school to become a Registered Dental Hygienist (RDH).
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