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Orthodontists are a type of specialty dentist that apply braces to realign teeth. Ask questions about schooling, training and salary here.
Braces cost about $2000-$6600 depending on where you goYou will find a number of orthodontic procedures for teeth straightening, including braces and retainers. The process of getting braces average cost about $4900 for children and $5354 for adults.
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I purchased teeth effects a month ago. Now the gap is completely gone I can't stop smiling I feel like a new person. I used to wear braces for the same problem, but I tell you, teeth effects work better and I recommend them to everyone. I bought those bands. They work ur teeths get kinda weak bu…
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To find doctors specializing in oral medicine try the website: dayodental.com.
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Yes, teeth effect bands are safe. Infact, I used them myself and my teeth are very healthy. My orthodontist told me if the band slides up on the gum it can damage that area. However, It isn't likely to happen. You would experience a lot of intolerable pain before it would damage that area.Mike &nbs…
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You could ask your dentist for a few recommendations. Or you could look in your phone book for some possible ones. Or you could do a Internet search for the area you live in and orthodonist. For example, if you live near Chicago, you could type in "Chicago orthodonist"
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Answer Usually the only detriment to your oral health is poor homecare. Taking the extra steps you may need to take to keep the gums clean and disease free (floss threaders, water picks, ect.) should ensure no detriments to your oral health. Ask your dentist on your situation, a lot depends on th…
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In my Opinion i wouldn't sue them! Your parent have signed the terms and conditions of the treatment. All you have to do is ask your dentist or orthodontist of there is anything else they can do!
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Answer Use the Occupational Outlook Handbook at www.bls.gov From the homepage, look on the left. Scroll down and find the Occupations tab. The Occupational Outlook Handbook will be found under that tab.
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Answer Get this information from the Occupational Outlook Handbook (great site!) at www.bls.gov/oco/. Look for seach box in upper right hand corner and type in "orthodontist".
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about 1,500
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Answer go to www.teethgap.com!
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Answer The median expected salary for a typical Orthodontist in the United States is $112,756. Answer Average $116,000 on average an orthodontist earns $116,000 per annum
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No one should be purging themselves at any time. You could be at the early stages of developing bulimia or anorexia.  if you keep doing that crap your freakin body will start eating at you muscles (both voluntary and involuntary)  you could have an ED-NOS (Eating Disorder Not Otherwise S…
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my own answerwell I'm in health class were doing a project and I'm doing it on an orthodontist i think that you should be able to get along with the patient and fix their teeth or whatever they need to fix like many dentist get on my nerves because they treat bad and i definitely don't like that so …
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You don't need to go to college to KNOW how to weld. But it helps get a job easier with a college degree for it!! No, You do not need to go to college you may just need to read a few books or get tips from an expert!!! no you don't but a trade school is a great way to get foot in door they will…
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Answer Probably only those offered through employer sponsored plans, but policies vary from state to state To find companies in your state that provide dental insurance or dental discount plans, go to the National Association of Dental Plans site (www.nadp.org) which has a directory of companie…
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The mean annual wage for an orthodontist in May 2010 was $200,290 according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Answer A dental license for the state he practices in at a minimum. There may be additional requirements depending upon the individual state. In order to be a specialist in orthodontics (orthodontist) a minimum of 2 years of an orthodontic residency must be completed leading to a certificate in o…
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It cost around $67,000 total. Source: I am an orthodntist okkayy that person is full of them selfs alright 1st your have to go to college (4yrs) and then dental school (4yrs at 10000 - 60000 per year) and then orthodontic school so dont listen to that person above me i have researched i know im on…
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Compressor bands such as "Teeth Effects" are used to draw your teeth together. They provide "the pull" necessary to move the teeth quickly, and in the right direction. You stretch the teeth effect band when you put it around your teeth. Since the band is stretched out, it pulls the teeth towards one…
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The teeth gap bands cause the teeth to tip instead of slide to fill in the gap. Cosmetic dentists worn about new gaps appear on the sides of the moved teeth.
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Orthodontist is specialized in the treatment of improper bites,crooked teeth and any other structural problems. They use braces and retainer to set improper teeth in the right place.
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about 100,000 dollars a year
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All 50 States and the District of Columbia require dentists to be licensed. To qualify for a license in most States, candidates must graduate from an accredited dental school and pass written and practical examinations. Education and training. In 2006, there were 56 dental schools accredited by the…
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If you have your own practice, you can retire anytime you want to.
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Orthodontists' bills are paid directly by patients or by their insurance companies. An orthodontist with an established practice can generate a great deal of money, but half or more of that money could go to pay for equipment, staff salaries, insurance, and other overhead costs. Orthodontists who …
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You should talk to your orthodontist, because i had this same problem, he gave me clear retainers, kind if like invaline, and clear retainers are just like that night guard stuff, so you really get 2 in 1
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You could go to classes and become a dental assistant.You could TRY and find a course that's anywhere between 12 and 20 weeks and get a certif.You can apply at an Ortho office and hope the Orthodontist will hire you and train you on the job.Alot of Othodontist like to train their assistants themselv…
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According to the US Census Bureau, the median annual household in the United States in 2006 was $48,201.
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You will need to contact an agent for this answer there are too many variables, with respect to premiums.
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1-4 years of experience: $145,000 on average 20+ years of experience: $165,000 on average
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it is someone who specialises in teeth in other words a dentist
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high school classes don't matter. you need to get into a college first. ortho programs are graduate programs.. you won't need it until after you've done 4 years in college. ANSWERTo be prepared for college you should take lots of Biology and Chemistry for this field.
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Answer grade 12 diploma, and minimum 10-11 years after that! 4 years undergrad, 4 years dental school (must be in top 10% of class to get into ortho program) then 2-3 years specialty training in orthodontics.
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Answer You must be accepted to an accredited Dental School/University. You must complete the requirements particular to your dental specialty. Thus, you must secure your dental degree whether a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS), of Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD). Both are the same, there is no diff…
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I knew an orthodontist once he was making like 500,000 dollars a year. Then again, he was good and had his own practice.
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An orthodontist does not make more than $200,000 a year usually. The median salary is around $140,000 a year depending on where they practice.
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around $400,000 Sheesh I wish they made around $400,000 but they do NOT, Orthodontist make about $163,000/year.
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Pediatric Dentists are dental specialists who focus on the dental needs of children from infancy to the teenage years. This speciality involves additional training in an accredited institution for a period of 2-3 years. In the US, the national income average for recent graduates from these specialis…
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According to the US Census Bureau, the average salary for an orthodontist is between $72,000 and $134,000. Obviously wages vary by location and experience.
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About 57,000, on average.
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about 400,000
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Yes... mine is Quiroga Dental 915-613-3154 on Americas street... i highly recommend this clinic.
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well it depends how long you have been teaching you can go to google and type in teachers salary and click on the first one and you just have to answer couple of questions and you'll see, I did it and i got about $100,000 per month see what you will get.
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An orthodontist is...A dentist specializing in braces and other methods of correcting bite problems as well as problems with the asymmetrically appearing teeth.An orthodontist is a dentist who specializes in the straightening of teeth.
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$46,000 (2009 est.)
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Yes you do.
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Well, an orthodontist works on braces, spacers, and retainers those kind of things. Whereas, a dentist cleans teeth, fills cavities and informs you with knowledgeable facts about teeth.
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Answer: The sciences that study teeth are mainly dentistry and orthodontistry. Others are biology, anatomy and paleontology.
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You cannot be a registered sex offender, as you will be dealing with patients under anesthesia.
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They average 400,000 a year. That could easily get higher with more offices and more experience. So if that's what you want to (me too) then go for it you can retire by the age 40.LOL im still in high school and i just figured out that i wanted to do this career. I actually just got braces too.lol.…
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yes, you do need to register for college.
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Just about the same as in America. Only in a different country.
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Spacers actually kindove hurt!! It might not seem like it but its so painful! The reason why spacers hurt is because they are spacing out our teeth, if one of your spacers was hard to get in, then you know its really gonna hurt!! You should take advil or suck on a ice cube to numb your jaw- MAKE SUR…
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An orthodontist is a person how sees if you need braces or not or they fix the braces in!!! : D Hope i helped!!!
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117,000 too 202,000$ yearly
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Boxing is a game of immense physical strength and fitness. A professional boxer starts his day early in the morning by running for 4 to 6 miles. It is followed by breakfast and light exercise, gym work, sparring, lunch, weight training, swimming, shadow boxing and dinner.
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it approximately $20-30K a month. More if you're a parter in a prestigious practice. My cousin is 32 years old, has been an orthodontist for 7 years and has had his own private practice for the past 5 years. Last year, he netted approximately $970K. He lives in a $1.4 million home in Orange County, …
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flexibility and moneyWell, there are a lot of patients that you can cater for and of all ages too.
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Yes, that means you worked out hard and worked your muscles good. Being sore just tells you that you did a good work out and if you want to get rid of soreness faster, i heard you should eat/drink protein right after the workout.Actually, I believe that you should wait one hour after a workout befor…
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it gently touches his or her tongue but not with a lot of force
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They are a bit sore, yes. I would suggest taking pain reliever before having them put in. It helps a lot with the soreness. Also, make sure you have plenty of soft food products around; it's going to take a couple days to learn how to eat with them. If we choose correct orthodontics or orthodontic…
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Orthodontists go to school for around ten years. They usually spend 4 years in an undergrad program, 4 years in dental school, and an additional 2 years in an orthodontic program.
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Well you get to work real closely with the parents and babies sometimes it better because with the babies that are sick a neonatal nurse is on the front line they will work closely with those baby's and familys
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This can vary a great deal depending on what your degree is in. For example a nurse (RN) earns more than most beginning teachers.
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you can do anything you want
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You must have a Bachelor's or Master's degree to enter dental school.
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All 50 States and the District of Columbia require dentists to be licensed. To qualify for a license in most States, candidates must graduate from an accredited dental school and pass written and practical examinations. Education and training. In 2006, there were 56 dental schools accredited by the…
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It takes 6-9 months at a vocational school or a community college.
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It depends on many aspects of where, hours,depth,and other things but it is in the 100,000-150,000 dollar range I think
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To go to college, you need money. The better your grades were in highschool,the better deal a college will offer you.
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orthodontists in auckland train first as dentists at university then spend additional 2-4 years specialising in orthodontics.
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because Rincon goes by their 1957 base rolls to establish eligability for enrollment into the tribe and use's it as a means of running their tribe and dispersing their percapita they have frozen the rolls for six months and question the very first enrollment committie which was Max Mazzetti, Georgia…
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The annual income range for an orthodontist is $84,800 to $180,950. The median annual income for an orthodontist is $128,712.
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Hi, I think that a pretty good orthodontist would make maybe about 400-500k, a year. I don't know for sure but I think that's how much.
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The benefits of an orthodontist may differ depending on where they work. They often receive health benefits and vacation time.
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The beginning salary for a orthodontist is approximately $140,000. Orthodontists can make up to $177,000 a year, depending on how long they have been in practice.
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It depends on a lot of things: LocationSize of PracticeSize of Patient LoadFee ScheduleOverhead (aka. taxes, heat water, salaries for your employees, etc;)Private Practice vs. SalariedProvide services like Invisalign, etc;I know orthodontists that make as little as $200,000 a year, and some that mak…
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you must know how to work a camera. you must know how to take photos. your photos must be good.
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none Orthodontists need lots of qualifications.
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It costs around 8k-12k. New technology known as iBraces may cost even more.
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I think about 8 years of college and 4 years of trainingI think about 8 years of college and 4 years of training
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The common path to practicing as a physician requires 8 years of education beyond high school and 3 to 8 additional years of internship and residency. All States, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories license physicians. Education and training. Formal education and training requirements fo…
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All 50 States and the District of Columbia require dentists to be licensed. To qualify for a license in most States, candidates must graduate from an accredited dental school and pass written and practical examinations. Education and training. In 2006, there were 56 dental schools accredited by the…
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Not by a great deal. The active ingredients in mouthwash (antibacterial agents) are designed to work on oral bacteria during the exposure time which is displayed on the bottle of mouthwash. Typically you rinse for 30 seconds with mouthwash. After this time any oral bacteria that has been killed wi…
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you have to go to school for 3 years Actually, in western countries one mus complete 4 years of postgraduate study. Typically, a prospective dentist spends between 5 and 8 years of school before going into private practice. That's 5 years after a 4 year degree ... 9 years (min) of college.
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If your talking about in your mouth the vestible is covered by loose mucosa. Sorry, but you are wrong... The is the superior and inferior labial frenulums. A vestibule is a space, in this case, that between the gums and the teeth.
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75,000_+++++ Answer 2: The salary range for an orthodontist can vary between $150k to $300k or so, depending on experience, where in the country, etc...
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Fringe of an orthodontist
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Hospitals and doctor's offices are some of the types of companies that will hire an orthodontist. Orthodontics is a specialty field in dentistry.
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There are some colleges that offer dental classes, but only because those classes are related to actual dental schools. Normally you would just have to major in a science such as biology, chemistry, or psychology and then just take all the required dental examinations, and just hope for the best and…
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A typical day for an orthodontist is going to work and seeing patients all day. An orthodontist will apply braces to teeth, make adjustments on braces, and removing braces.
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its very common. many people have bad teeth and they need to get their teeth fixed. so who are they going to go to? an orthodontist of course. there is at least 3 orthodontist around me and that's a lot if you think about it. so yes they are very common.
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8 years of dental college.6-8 yearsTo become an orthodontist takes a lot of college. First off, depending on how many college credit hours you already have, it can take up to 4 to 5 years to graduate dental school. Then, you have to do another 3-4 years of orthodontics. It is a fantastic profession …
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$221,458 and that's if your the top dog.
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When you enter high school, you should take college preparatory classes with a strong emphasis on math and science. You should take as many science classes as you can, like biology, chemistry, and physics. There are no yearly recommendations for high school classes, but when you get to college you w…
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