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    factor in their acceptance into an accredited dental school. In their junior year at a university students begin applying to dental school. Acceptance into dental school is not guaranteed, so often times the DAT, Dental Acceptance Test, is used to measure the student’s knowledge and plays a role in the acceptance of the student. It is the student’s job to shine and work hard and to exceptionally well in undergraduate school. Once you are accepted into dental school your first 2 years will be…

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    Oral Health

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    people who are edentulous are slowly decreasing. Statistics from 1962 show that 12% of those who are over the age of 75years had adult teeth, however this figure had risen to around 20% in 1988. Moreover the number of elderly people who need essential dental treatment is also on the rise, which has led to more resources being directed towards them. The proportion of people in the elderly dependent population with high plaques (visible) is substantially higher in comparison…

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    condition , and dentists must be ready to manage the situation. Early detection of impaction with time interception, and well-managed orthodontic and surgical treatment, impacted maxillary canines can be guided to erupt in an appropriate location in the dental arch.(1) Maxillary permanent canines position is very strategically important in keeping the occlusal relationship symmetrical and harmony. The upper canine are the most impacted tooth(excluding 3rd molars) with prevalence between 1% to…

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    Dental Assistant Career

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    the medical field; students then choose dental assisting. Dental assistants have always been seen as the nurses in the dental field, but in fact dental assistants come nowhere near nurses; therefore, students who are undecided, it is a wise choice…

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    Evidence Based Dentistry

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    Oral care is crucial in maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Failure to maintain a good oral health would lead to oral disease, from children to the elderly. Obtaining a dental care could be expensive and therefore dentists are obliged to provide the best possible outcome and most effective treatment through current methods relevant to a patient’s problem. Ineffective passing of information could possibly result in prescribing the wrong treatment and ignorance towards current methods and…

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    Oral Microbiome Essay

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    Oral Microbiome 10: Reflection 3 One a daily basis the human mouth can come in contact with many different materials and organisms. “The human mouth is home to billions of individual microorganisms, including viruses, protozoa, fungi, archaea, and bacteria” (University of Minnesota Department of Biology Teaching and Learning, 2016, p. 21). In specific, during this lab we are looking at Streptococcus mutans (S. mutans) and Lactobacilli. In studies, it has been shown that yogurt has helped…

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    wound healing in various medical and surgical cases. As such this can be a promising innovation in the field of dental surgery, as well as in dental implantation procedures. Further, the two preparations may serve as filling materials that rapidly promote natural bone regeneration in dental cases that demand bone replacement…

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    The management strategies of dental caries are dependent on the stage at which caries is detected. The incipient carious lesions are characterized by subsurface dissolution due to more fluoride ions in the 50-100 microns of the tooth’s outer surface and less fluoride in subsurface region. Sub surface, non cavitated lesions are amenable to remineralization, thus early detection and diagnosis is of prime importance. 1-3 Traditionally diagnosis of dental caries was based on…

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    Case Study Of Sensodyne

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    Introduction In this project, we choose a unique brush tooth product. This product help people to save their time and use a limited amount of toothpaste. Our goals for this project is to show how is the easy life and save time for the people. Also, because it is something new and unique for attracting customer. Furthermore, to inform the people about cost. Company and background about the brand. We chose Sensodyne brand because It is number 1 in the world for sensitivity to toothpaste. It…

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    It has always been my dream to become a dentist. My passion starts since the first time I went to a dental clinic to have a check up on my teeth. I was captivated by how calm and composed the dentist was at that time as he was fixing my teeth. He spoke soothing phrases such as ‘you’re a good girl’ and ‘you’re really good at taking care of your teeth’ to keep me comfortable and calm throughout the procedure. Since then, I have always been fascinated by this caring profession. I believe being a…

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