2 edition of Professional education of dentists for tomorrow found in the catalog.
Professional education of dentists for tomorrow
Dental Education Workshop (1st 1956 New York, N.Y.)
by First District Dental Society of the State of New York in [New York, N.Y.?]
Written in English
|Statement||Alfred J. Asgis, editor.|
|Contributions||Asgis, Alfred J. 1893-, First District Dental Society of New York., Henry Spenadel Fund for Advancement of Education in Dentistry.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||111 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||111|
Flexibility to balance a professional and personal life — most dentists work a four day work week and rarely have evening and weekend hours Opportunity to combine your artistic talents and latest technology Dentists enjoy a great deal of loyalty from their patients. Dentistry offers a wide range of practice options. Dental education has arrived at a crossroads. During the last years, it has evolved from a prelude to apprenticeship into a comprehensive program of professional education. Advances in science, technology, and public health programs have greatly reduced tooth decay and tooth loss. Dentists are respected professionals, and dental schools are part of many of the nation's leading public and.
Really good service! The staff and drs were very friendly. The dr who did my cleaning did an amazing job and I felt very comfortable. Even when it was closing time and the receptionist was in a hurry to go home (but it’s understandable because it’s closing time and she has a family), the owner/ dr took his time to help me with finance options for braces which I was grateful for. Dental hygiene students will find their equivalent in Clinical Practice of the Dental Hygienist by Ester M. Wilkins. The book is described as a "cornerstone text in almost every dental hygiene education program." Whether you plan to work as a dental hygienist or assistant, both professions share similar skills and knowledge. This is primarily.
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