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A Kim Kochis went to Glen Yermo Elem in the 1970's. Is it the same person as a dentist in Garden Grove today?
Call her up and ask! The link at www.zabasearch.com shows one living in Encinitas. http://www.zabasearch.com/query1_zaba.ph...

Need to find a good Dentist in north Houston, TX?
Hi Susan, I would highly recommend Dr. Rivera at Bella Dental. She takes great care of my kids and even my husband loves her and he HATES going to the dentist. Her office is on Veterans Memorial Dr. north of Beltway 8. Sorry, I don't know her first name. Oh and Yes she accepts Medicaid...

Does someone in the dentists office need to be certified to do zoom or any other teeth whitening procedures?
Should I choose professional teeth whitening In-Office or teeth whitening at home? With so many teeth whitening products available today, what should you choose? Should we choose professional teeth whitening In-Office or teeth whitening at home by yourself? You can consider the following factors:...

Can a dentist get a job even if they have bad teeth?
It is very rare for a dentist to have bad teeth. But yes, they can get a job if they do. It requires a degree, not a nice smile. And he/she will not have bad teeth for long, because other dentist friends will be fixing them. In the US, most dentists are self employed anyway, so all they have...

As an orthodontist would being able to speak Spanish raise your salary any?
Assuming we are talking about working in the US or in Canada: As an orthodontist probably not. Orthodontists are quite well paid anyway, and you get referred to them by your regular dentist, so "bedside manner" doesn't matter as much as for regular dentists - and even then you probably wouldn't...