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Competitive exam books for Dentist?
first choice would be to follow the prescribed text books . second choice would be to follow old qestion papers lastly dont mug up mcq's from books available in the market

Dentists with your own practices:?
Overhead in a dental office runs about 60-70% for most offices. The average, single practitioner, office bills around $500,00 in a 4 to 4.5 day week after it's established. The first years you will be lucky to make $70,000 which is about what salaried dentists just out of school clear.

Am I getting ripped off by my new dentist?
Hi Livster, I would give your dentist the benefit of the doubt before you say you are being ripped off. You are being charged $144 out of pocket, but there may be an annual deductible that you have to pay for restorative work. If the deductible is $100, it usually needs to be paid first before...

Can anyone provide me the information about diploma courses in dentistry?
Dentistry is a 4 year program after which you graduate with a DDS or DMD degree. Before dental school you must have earned a BS or BA degree in college.

Lowest possible a-levels to get into medicine or dentistry?
Don't know a lot about Dentistry. However medicine is extremely competitive, you will need a minimum AAB and you might get in, however you will most probably need AAA, with minimum 5 A's in GCSE, and about 4 weeks of medical work experience. However you need to take a UKCAT (a test) to do medicine...