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Syrian boss,what can I expect as an employee?
I don't know much about Syria or the Middle East, but if your boss has been in the USA for 12 years, I'm sure he is already familiar with American culture and knows what to expect. Most likely he's gotten used to our weird mannerisms. :)

Do NHS dentists have to offer all services at NHS prices? Ours is quoting private prices for bridge work?
There are 3 dental charges- Band 1 = ?16.20 - this covers the basics, a check-up, scale & polish, and x-rays. Band 2 = ?44.60 - This covers everything listed in Band 1, plus any further treatment such as fillings, root canal work or if your dentist needs to take out one or more of your teeth...

Need help with finding a dentist in Austin, TX who excepts medicaid insurance?
You can call up the Customer Service of specific insurance that you have through Medicaid and ask for a dental provider list. Then choose the provider that you want to go to from the list of the participating providers.

Can anyone( Specially Dental Students or Dentists) tell, how to work/volunteer or intern for a Dentist?
My husband used to be a dental assistant and office manager in the Army and at some offices. What you need to do is go to some of your local dentists, speak to the office manager, and tell them what you plan to do and ask them if they might help you gain some experience to volunteer. If you...

Where can I find a good dentist in downtown NYC or Brooklyn offering payment plans and accepting Aetna?
First, go to the Aetna site, register (if you haven't already), login and check to see which dentists are in your network. Then start making calls. All offices are different, but you'll find that most places will bill your insurance directly before you leave the office and present you with...