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I need help on these dentist type questions?
1 (d) At bed time. 2 (b) 0.50 mg/day. Fluoride does not have a defined Recommended Dietary Allowance. Instead, there is a Fluoride Supplement Dosage Schedule, which has been approved by the American Dental Association, American Academy of Pediatrics and American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry...

I need tons of work done on my teeth and i'm broke, anyone know any dental schools or programs in PA?
You might look for a local dental school as they charge considerably less for treatment and the students are well trained and supervised. Or, ask someone you know for a recommendation or call offices and inquire if they will work with a payment plan. Perhaps a local clinic with sliding fee...

Loose maryland bridge and 10 minute appointment?
If he cements it in it will only be a temporary measure. Usually the bridge has to be removed (that is a trick in itself) and set back to the lab of acid etching before it can be re bonded again. This means you will be without it for a short time. This is one of the main problems that happens...

Dose Calculation for local Anesthesia?
What drug? What concentration of the drug? That makes a huge difference. Lidocaine is 7 mg/kg- bupivicaine is about 2.5 mg/kg. I don't think you can get enough of either of those drugs into a mouth to reach toxic levels. Problems occur when the drug is injected intravascularly. The lidocaine...

Is there someone i can report this to?
From the American Dentistry Association website: "Even in the best dentist-patient relationship, a problem may occur. First, discuss any concerns you have with your dentist. Many times this will help clear up the matter. If you are still not pleased, contact your state or local dental association...