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Clinical requirements for dentistry students in Adventist university of the Philippines?
Consult your school Advisor on their specific requirements. Each school of dentistry have their own set of requirements. Seventh-day Adventist Christians are strong health advocates of both the Vegetarian and Vegan diet. Adventists both teach and proclaim the everlasting Gospel worldwide and...

Has anyone gone to Bright now dental?
Brightnow is a dental factory. Not to say that there aren't some good doctors there, but for the most part you have young doctors that were afraid to start their own office or maybe they didn't do so well on their own. The worst part is that it is run by a big company that cares about nothing...

How is the lifestyle of an Oral Surgeon?
first of all, it is possible to be a dentist first and then get further education to become an oral surgeon pretty much anytime into your career. In terms of lifestyle. You can make what you want of it. You can choose to do lots of surgery in the OR and be very involved in hospital dentistry...

What Course of Study is Dentistry?
you could call it "pre-med" I guess. You have to study biology, chemistry, math and physics to get into a graduate dental program. If I were you, I would pick a graduate school you want to go to, then check their web site for the requirements. That will help you pick an appropriate undergrad...

What is considered cosmetic dentistry?
Any dentistry that improves your looks is considered cosmetic. I'd wait til braces are off and talk to dentist. Implants are very expensive, btw. Porcelain crowns are costly, too...I know...just spent $7600 for tops and $3500 for bottoms! But am happy to have a nice white smile now!