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Colonie Dentist Office (Albany Dentist). 1662 Central Avenue Albany, NY 12205 518-452-2121. Located in the Newton Medical Building on the back side. Hours.
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How do I use Crest White Strips properly?
Directions on How to use Crest Whitening Strips Use Crest Whitestrips every six months or as needed to maintain whiteness. If your teeth are significantly discolored, you may need to use 2 boxes of Crest Whitestrips initially to get the desired result. We recommend using a Crest whitening toothpaste...

How does one find an honest dentist?
You might try going to a dental clinic that is affiliated with a dental school in your area. I've never gone to a private practice dentist in my whole life. I have always gone to the University of Texas Health Science Center Dental Faculty Practice clinic. They are the most honest because they...

If someone is a theatre major and they failed history of theatre and only got a C in an acting class should?
It depends on if theater training is something you think will help you. Funny thing about majors is that they don't always lend themselves to the earners talents. Take for instance the following college majors of some celebs...some are quite surprising considering the future/current career...

Any dentist or orthodontist care to answer a few questions?
Why don't you post the questions ? 1.what is the official title of your job? Director, Dental Department 2. how long have you been on this job? <3 years and was promoted to be the Director a year later. 3. how did you first get involved in this kind of work? I am the only dentist in my family. Dad was and brothers are physicians. I flunked the MCAT, but passed the DAT !.....So, there you go! ...but the goal was to do whatever I had to do with utmost sincerity. Then first got a job as a dentist and then gradually started to take on administrative responsibilities. 4.what are some of the major tasks that you do in your work? Manage the budget for the department, delegate responsibilities, set schedules and responsibilities for the staff, handle employee disputes, submit grant proposals, etc. 5. what other jobs have you had? how are they related, if at all, to the job you have now? practicing dentist, clinical instructor for students at dental school....this involved some administrative responsibilities 6.what training or education is required for this job? Have done certificate program in management, did master's in Bioethics...also work experience helps. 7. what do you like most about your job? Providing care to the patients. 8. how does your job affect what you do or dont do in your home and social life? Taking on administrative responsibilities has taken away some time from my family. Social life is fine....try to combine social engagements with family interaction. 9. how has technology influenced your career? Technology has facilitated the scheduling and budgeting aspect...record keeping also is easier with the software. 10. if you could do it all over again, would you still select this kind of work? why or why not? Yes, I would. Combining different aspects of duties establishes a good balance. Dentistry is a physically demanding profession. Full-time clinical practice, if continued for too many years can take its toll. On the other hand, too much administrative task can elevate your blood pressure ! So, always better to look for a perfect balance. 11.what gives you the most satisfaction in the work you are doing now? As I mentioned, providing care to the patients. I work at a health care center where people who are needy mostly get seen...that is another satisfaction that I get. 12. what future work or career goals do you have? what job or work do you hope to be involved with ten years from now? I want to get involved in the academic field. 13. what do you think are some important things that a person who is considering going into this kind of work should know about? It is very important to establish a balance between the ethical and business model of any practice. 14. are there any further comments or details you would like to add? Learning is a life-long process....therefore, attaining any "position" / title is not the end. I get to learn new skills (clinical and adminsitrative) everyday.

Why do dentists recommend toothpastes that prevent caries, that can actually lower their profits?
Well dentists are used for more than just filling cavities. Part of their job is educating their patients about proper oral care, not giving them bad information to cause them to have to come back. If you were a dentist and you told your patients things that would cause decay or other problems...