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A lot: There are a lot of things to know about children's dental surgery. The best advice is to take your child a pediatric dentist for an cleaning and examination. The dentist can then determine if your child needs dental surgery and address any questions you may have about what needs to be done. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Great opportunities!: Major advantages? Opportunity to provide needed service to countless patients; to practice in accordance with your professional and personal passion; to utilize your god-given artistic, intellectual and inter-personal talents. Community recognition and prestige--doctorate places you in a desirable position of authority and potential. Utilize the gift and you will receive back many-fold rewards! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the major difficulties that may meet me while studying dental surgery ? I need advice and help ...
Professional Schools: If you are intellectually capable, it's a matter of putting in the time and effort necessary in order to excel and then dedicate your life to your profession. Patients deserve quality care. If you are willing, I am sure you will do fine and then reap the rewards of a very gratifying profession. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How i can know that I am able to study dental surgery ? Does it require special qualities ? Is it an easy major ?
Commitment, not easy: How committed are you in achieving the degree? How are your grades out of high school? Do you consider eight years of school easy? Do you find courses like biology, chemistry, anatomy, pharmacology, and physics difficult? Are you good with your hands? Are you a people person? These are just a few things you should consider when choosing dentistry as a career. Volunteer at an office to observe, too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ok what type of insurance do i need to cover a major oral surgery ,because i can't find it under dental insurance?
Insurance: Each insurance plan is different: how much they cost, deductibles, what is covered, etc,etc. No one answer can satisfy your question. Without even knowing what your major procedure is, impossible to guess. Why not ask the surgeon who is treating you? Their staff should be of some help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Which is best major to study ? Is it dental surgery or general medicine and surgery ? I can't choose one of them , i need advice and help ..
That depends: Entirely on your personal interest, motivation and sense of 'calling' if you will forgive the term. Your choice is not something anyone can determine for you, but can only influence by virtue of being a role model. Whichever you choose be certain it is your desire as it is a profession that will define you in many ways, not all, but many. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
With consideration: All surgery carries with it some risk. Dentists try to avoid surgery (fillings, extractions, root canal rx, jaw surgery, gum surgery) wherever possible. That's why your dentist spends so much time instructing you on oral hygiene techniques. If infection is present, however, surgery may be the only option. The surgery is less risky than the spread of the infection. If recommended, have it done. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
TransientParesthesia: If the nerve damage is from pressure following surgery and the nerve hasn’t been severed then there is a pretty good chance that recovery will occur in 3-6 month. Magnesium, and B vitamins, especially Vitamin B1, B12 and Vitamin A are recommended. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sleep like a baby: If afraid or procedure is difficult general anesthesia is best. No eating or drinking at least 5 hours before procedure.Also someone must drive you and take you home after you wake up since you will be drowsy. You will feel no pain.During procedure. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Probably: The medication you are taking has strict controls placed upon it's use. You should, however, not have a problem having Dental procedures accomplished. It is important and prudent that you provide all of your health care providers with a complete list of all prescription and non-prescription drugs, supplements, vitamins, homeopathic remedies, and minerals before any health care treatment. ...Read more
In the next spring semester , i'll join my major which is dental surgery . I need some tips and advice that may help me to succeed in my studying ..
Studying dentistry: Attend all classes, read assigned materials, take part in all laboratory sessions actively. Then, find resources online which help to illustrate various anatomic and physiologic principles and concepts. There are so many valuable ones which go much further than books ever could. Learn how to take both written and practical "timed" tests. So many prospective students need to polish those skills. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
ALL: Technically all dentists perform surgery as surgery is defined as manipulation of a patients body which frequently involves cutting. Whenever a dentist "fills" a cavity he is cutting on part of your body- your tooth. If you are talking about oral surgery or pulling teeth, all dentists are trained in it, just to different degrees. Some chose to do it and some dont. An oral surgeon is the most. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Different types: If inhalation anesthetic is being considered for very minor dental surgery, nitrous oxide is the most common. In more extensive oral and maxillofacial surgeries performed in the hospital, your anesthesiologist will choose the best type of anesthetic depending on length of procedure, your medical history, current health, and medications. Keep smiling. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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