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Dr. Esther M. Smith 3048 Butler Pike Conshohocken, PA 19428 610-825-2327.
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Popular Q&A

Cancellation fee for non-requested appointment?
don't you remember your last dental appointment or cleaning? You probably set it up then. Dentists and hygienists don't randomly put names in the schedule. Most likely you set up your next appointment at your last cleaning. Most dental offices also send reminder cards/postcards within...

How long for tooth extraction hole to close?
Rest assured knowing that your healing timeline is not out of whack. Typically, it could take 2-3 months for the "hole" to close up. Extraction sockets heal from the bottom of the void up to the gum. When a tooth is removed, a blood clot forms within the socket (the space that was once...

What is the medical definition of fisher?
Do you mean fissure? Fissure (Latin fissura, Plural fissurae) is a groove, natural division, deep furrow, or cleft found in the brain, spinal cord, and liver- or a tear in the anus (anal fissure). In dentistry, a fissure is a break in the tooth enamel. In geology, fissures are cracks in rocks...

What are the classes that i am going to take in university to become a dentist? (bio, chem, math, etc.?
Well, obviously the exact courses depends upon the undergrad school you go to and the dentistry school you go to. Generally, the classes are pretty much the same as pre-med. Principles of Biology I/II, General Chemisty I/II, Organic Chemistry I/II, Microbiology, Biochemistry, General Physics...

When moving to a new city, what's the best way to find a good doctor and dentist?
Yes, you are walking in with your eyes closed. Perhaps you might want to talk to others in your community - campus, etc. My experience has been to take a random name and if I was uncomfortable, I would simply switch to another. For me unless a doctor is either uninformed or has a jerky personality...