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Dentist

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Pablo Absalon

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What Do They Wear for Surgery? When working you must wear many protective items such as safety shoes, glasses, gloves, hearing protection, a hard hat or personal flotation devices. You must also wear scrubs when you are performing surgery. Did You Know? An Oral Surgeon's salary is calculated by the US Government Bureau of Labor Statistics.

An Oral Surgeon works an average of 40 hours per week. Which is 2080 per year.

The top 5 states to earn an Oral Surgeon's salary are Washington, South Dakota, Maine, Kentucky and Kansas. Tumor in the Mouth Dentists
By: Pablo Absalon The end :D Background Information Personal Qualities
Education Prerequisites Career Advancement Licensing Specific Dutie(s) Salary / Benefits Training Future Implications Continuing Education One must complete the Jurisprudence Assessment as given by the SBDE (State Board of Dental Examiners). In addition to this you must have a degree from a good dental school, proper identification, and must have completed one exam. The exam can be provided by:

the Western Regional Examining board, the Central Regional Dental Testing Service, or the Council of Interstate Testing Agencies. Dentists typically complete eight years of education beyond high school. Graduation from dental school usually takes about four years. Specialization requires an additional two or more years. A dentist must earn a degree as either a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) or a Doctor of Dental Medicine (DDM). Beyond this, those attempting to establish a new practice can work more than 40 hours a week once employed. The median annual wage of dentists was $146,920 in 2012. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $71,210, and the top 10 percent earned $166,400 or more. Earnings vary according to number of years worked, location, and specialty. Admission into dental school requires a minimum of 90 college hours of credit from college. Dental students need at least a bachelor's degree before entering dental school. College undergraduates who plan on applying to dental school must usually take the Dental Acceptance Test (DAT) in order to qualify. Employment of dentists is expected to grow by 21 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average for all current jobs. Dentists will continue to see an increase in public demand due to the importance of oral health in the U.S Dentists treat problems with a patient’s teeth, gums, and other parts of the mouth. They provide advice and treatment on taking care of teeth and gums that relate to oral health. They also supervise and assist staff on a constant basis, examining and advising. All Texas licensees holding and active license to practice in Texas must annually collect a minimum of twelve hours of appropriate continuing education, as required by the Occupations Code at Section, and the State Board of Dental Examiners (SBDE) Rules and Regulations at Chapter 104. http://www.tsbde.state.tx.us/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=39&Itemid=77

The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (D) English One year of College English

Biology Two years, as required for science majors, one year must include formal laboratory experience

Physic One year, as required for science majors, including the corresponding laboratory experience

Biochemistry One semester (3 semester hours)

General Chemistry One year, as required for science majors, including the corresponding laboratory experience

Organic Chemistry One year, as required for science majors, including the corresponding laboratory experience

Statistics One semester (3 semester hours)

-achieve a combined SAT Math and SAT Critical Reading score of at least 1300 with a test score of at least 600 in each of these components; or achieve a composite ACT score of at least 30 with a test score of at least 27 in ACT Math and ACT English.

-90 hours of clinical experience and meningitis shot Requirements (Courses) A&M
Communication skills. Dentists must have excellent communication skills.

Leadership skills. This requires them to have the ability to manage and lead a staff.

Patience. Dentists may work for long periods of time with different patients. Young to old.

Stamina. Dentists should be comfortable working long periods of time, and be able to treat multiple patients a day. Dentists are medical professionals who treat diseases, injuries, and deformities of the teeth, gums and mouth. They examine patient’s mouths for cavities, or for other signs of diseases. Some dentists take advanced training in specialties such as orthodontia. These specialties usually come along with 2-4 years of further study depending on the specialty. Those employed by government agencies advance to higher levels of responsibility and pay. For more information visit this website! The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Requirements

English - One year of College English

Biology - Two years, as required for science majors, one year must include formal laboratory experience

Biochemistry - One semester (3 semester hours)

General Chemistry - One year, as required for science majors, including the corresponding laboratory experience

Organic Chemistry - One year, as required for science majors, including the corresponding laboratory experience

ACT/SAT/DAT test(s) along with meningitis shot The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (D)

Year of Study
First Year $28,177
Second Year $28,177
Third Year $28,177
Fourth Year $28,177

Fees
First Year $4,988
Second Year $4,638
Third Year $5,513
Fourth Year $5,588

Instruments and Books
First Year $7,744
Second Year $6,915
Third Year $1,200
Fourth Year $580 The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Requirements

-A grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.5 for
all college courses taken
-Completion of a 3‐credit hour computer
science course and 3 credit hour statistics
course (may be part of Texas Core Curriculum)
-Along with all sciences, english, and biology courses

-ACT/SAT/DAT test(s) and meningitis shot
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