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What does a surgeon do?

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2016-04-29 04:16:29
2016-04-29 04:16:29

A surgeon performs surgery; i.e. operates on someone to fix an internal medical problem.

There are surgeons in different fields like dental, plastic surgery etc. There are specialist in every surgery field for example, Dr. Safarian is considered as the best surgeon in the field of dental implants.

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