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Whats the difference between a dentist and an orthodontist?
General dentists perform general dentistry, but some like to 'spread their wings' and do some specialty treatments, like surgeries and orthodontic treatments... an orthodontist is a dentist who 'went the extra mile' to perfect his ortho skills, and does nothing else... Yes, go to an orthodontist...

What are main purpose of dentistry?
To keep your mouth healthy! :) Dentistry, more appropriately "dental medicine", is the art and science of prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of conditions, diseases, and disorders of the oral cavity, the maxillofacial region, and its associated structures as it relates to human beings. While...

Navy boot camp dentist work?
Let the Navy take care of it. Everyone gets a dental exam in boot camp and they automatically schedule you for any work you need to have done. I had my wisom teeth pulled and I got 2 days SIQ (got to lay in my rack with vicodin) and 1 day LLD (didn't have to IT). I doubt you'll get more than...

Dentistry school?
I'm answering based on my knowledge of US dental school admissions. If you are in another country, you will need someone else's answer. Perhaps your guidance counsellor could provide some resources. Their library might not extend beyond college admissions, though. You can visit any dental...

Can someone read this and tell me if this is in considered a article?
In the early 17th century many spies for both (leave out "the") America and Britain (leave out "and") wrote in invisible ink and code. You know our most famous president, George Washington? Well he was a spy for the British during French and Indian War, sending messages to his commanders about...