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What Is Maxillofacial Vs Oral Surgeon
May be same: A maxillofacial surgeon deals with the maxilla and face. He may fix fractures, pull teeth and things along that line. An oral surgeon is going to work mostly with the mouth. He will do most of the surgeries through or around the mouth, but may also do things related to the jaw and maxilla bones that form the mouth. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What is the difference between a general dentist extracting fully erupted wisdom tooth and an oral surgeon/maxillofacial doing it?
Enough!: Enough to live comfortably. But most professionals enter the field for the enjoyment and pleasure of the profession-not the amount of income they may receive. ...Read more
Depends on the DDS: Usually it is at least 40 hours a week. If there is hospital calls, then there will be more work hours. ...Read more
Oral surgeons: They work in dental and medical offices, clinic and in hospitals and other related areas. ...Read more
Office & Hospital: Both in office and in hospital settings-dependent upon procedures needed and health of patient. ...Read more
Oral surgeon ?: Even oral & maxillofacial surgeons aren't fond of the moniker but are stuck with it anyway. Oms's do surgery of the mouth, jaw bones, and the surrounding structures. Injuries, wisdom teeth, jaw fractures, laceration repairs, dental implants, teeth extractions, bone grafts, reconstructive surgery (orthognathis), tumors, facial cosmetic (plastic), other pathology, i know i've left something out! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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