Dentist - Career Queries

An Orthodontist is a specialist who has undergone special training in a dental school or college after he/she has graduated in dentistry. Orthodontics examine, diagnose, and treat dental malocclusions and oral cavity anomalies. They design and fabricate appliances to realign teeth and jaws to produce and maintain normal function and to improve appearance. The specialty deals primarily with the diagnosis, prevention and correction of malpositioned teeth and the jaws.

                 Sky is the Limit. Any profession has a range of income opportunities. It's the same being a Dental Surgeon. Earnings in the next five years would depend on a variety of parameters. First comes the skill that you possess. The better skilled you are the more chances of gaining popularity and increase in patient flow and vice versa.The investment that you put into your clinic also plays a role since we are in the 21st century and all machinery , equipments and latest technologies have to be incorporated in practice. If you have

1 answer Dr nikhil Agrawal in Dentist category

HI, its not easy to gain admission for MDs courses in the country as the number of seats are scant in proposition to the number of applicants. Ther's nothing to get disheartened or frustrated here. BDS is also a very good qualification where you can work somewhere with leading practiotioners and the get into your private dental practice. The job satisfaction and money is good. MPH admission have been closed for the year and also if CAT ? MAt scores are not available then the things you can do presently are:1. Work as an Associate dentist under someone2. Open up a Dental Clinic3. Work as a Mana

1 answer Dr nikhil Agrawal in Dentist category

Dear AspirantThanks for contacting us as your query is valuable for us and we always try to realize your dream with our experiences and conviction to motivate you utmost. This is the primafacy of our profession to diagnose your problem in any shape so be happy and comfortable to read our points that is very much factual and illustrative. 1. As my fellow colleagues have already mentioned the eligibility criteria and shown you the alternatives which are very much convincing at technical ground so be prepared according to our joint effort to facilitate / enlighten you by several realistic op

3 answers Adiba Shahab in Dentist category

The departments and subjects in dentistry are divided into 4 years, with yearly examinations. In the first year the subjects are General Anatomy,Histololy and Embryology , General Physiology , Biochemistry , Dental Anatomy, Histology and Embryology. Second Year comprises of Human Pathology, General Pharmacology, Microbiology, Dental Materials and Pre - Clinical Operative and Prosthetics. In the third year the subjects are General Surgery, General Medicine, Oral Pathology and Microbiology , and Preventive and Community Dentistry. The final year of Dental Surgery has only dental subjects that ar

1 answer Dr nikhil Agrawal in Dentist category

Dentist or dental surgeons look after or preserve teeth by filling, crowning and scaling. They extract teeth and design and fill artificial dentures. They undertake to operate surgically on the jaw and some specialize in orthodontics ( treatment and improvement of irregular teeth) mainly for children. Preventive dentistry is also gaining a lot of importance nowadays. a dentist in a clinic looks after sick patients whose teeth need urgent attention , and performs jaw operations and complicated extractions. Out patient may require only ordinary dental treatment. A dentist in general practic

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Dentist category

Hi There, I have no clues how could Manipal University help you to get the certificate or fellowship. Since I checked Manipal University, nothing has been mentioned on their site. So best would be to contact the staffs at the University. Just surfing through the web, found a site that gives the necessary guidelines for you to follow to get the fellowship. Check the following: Hope this helps Wish you good luck...........

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1 answer Lambodar Rout in Dentist category

Being a higher secondary school student or parents of this student you might have been a bit anxious taking the future course after completing 12th level of education. Obviously, all the 12th students and their parents will have to think about what is next after 12th. What after 12th is a question that haunts students and parents equally across the cities and rural areas with the same extent. We the CareerGuide work exactly what it requires to resolve the queries and guide the students helping fulfill their career aspirations successfully. In India, we find many such professional and academic

1 answer Avadhut Desai in Dentist category

If you are into the field of medicine or hospital management you already know very well what clinical research means. Clinical research is the testing of drugs and medicines on human subjects that can actually bring about a change in the human condition and can eradicate disease altogether. For example, Alexander Fleming invented the penicillin, the antibiotic that changed the world forever. Testing a new drug to cure a disease or a condition was easy in the past as people would willingly be submitting themselves as part of the research for a small amount of money. However, this is not true fo

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Dentist category

 Hello Sumant,  Good question asked. National Defense Academy popularly known as NDA is a training centre for all the 3 services combined namel airforce, navy and army. Candidates can join NDA after they graduate mainly by appearing for the Civil service exam conducted by the UPSC. For more information check:  / Wish you good luck..        

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Dentist category

Hi, BDS – Bachelor of Dental Surgery is a very dynamic medical education branch. Considering the Career Opportunities in Dentistry in India and abroad this field of Dental Surgery has become attractive these days. The awareness campaign by the government and volunteer organizations made people aware about their dental hygiene that’s why precautionary measures and care thereof have become a norm so obviously it requires more Dental Practitioners than it did previously.   Take here: - Psychometric Career Tests including Ideal Career Test to find the right career options In India

1 answer Avadhut Desai in Dentist category

Dear Aspirant, Now that you have completed MDS, you are now aware of what are the critical ailments in people in dentistry. I would say that opening your own clinic is definitely the best solution for your career, however before that I would suggest that if possible try to get associated with an established dental surgeon in your city or get associated with a hospital, where you will be able to learn practically. Gaining practical experience is recommended. After may be three or five years, you may definitely think for your own clinic. Working at Dentist.co.in is actually possible alongside si

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Dentist category
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1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Dentist category

With the growing technological advancements, there have been an increase in the number of opportunities. As the number of opportunities has increased, different nature of jobs are emerging. If we look back to 1980s, there were very limited number of options available for the students to explore in terms of career say for e.g. teacher, doctor, engineer etc. If we compare the current era, now people believe in outsourcing even their personal work. With the ongoing change in mind-set there has been a boom in the job offerings for the people.  Artificial intelligence and different jobs: Arti

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Dentist category

Dear Aspirant, You have not specified which stream graduation have you completed. Without this information, I would not be able to advice you appropriately. Still, the best way to first remove confusion in your case is to take the Ideal Career Test from CareerGuide.com. This is a unique psychometric test which is beneficial to know the innate abilities, skills, emotional quotient, aptitude, interests, etc. Knowing all these factors are important and are determining factors for choosing the right career option.  Hitting in the dark is risky in careers and therefore should be avoided. Based

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Dentist category

Dear Aspirant, You have to apply with the prescribed fees to Manipal University for the FAGE certificate. Hope you have the eligibility to claim the certificate. Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Dentist category

Dear Aspirant, 85% is a good percentage in 12th and congratulations for the same. With Biology as a subject in your 12th, below are the options apart from Medicine, Dentistry: Dermatologist Dietician Nutritionist ENT Specialist Food Technologist Pharmacy Botany Biologist BioTechnology Microbiology / Horticulture Forestry Para-Medical – Nursing, Physiotherapy, Lab Technician Agriculture / Fishery Life Sciences (Genetics) However, would like to ask why you are not inclined towards medicine fields. Definitely if you are clear that you are not suitable for medicine studies, then it is fine

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Dentist category

Dear Aspirant, Please specify which BSc have you done. Cannot answer without proper and complete information. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Dentist category

Dear Aspirant, I agree with Ms. Meghana. Completing DDS is a must since BDS/MDS is not recognised in US for jobs. Further clearing the NBDA II exam is also essential for doing your practice. Doing a Masters course in US in Dentistry is what I would suggest, which will add value as well as give you opportunities to work in US. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Dentist category

Dear Aspirant, I agree with Ms. Meghana. Completing DDS is a must since BDS/MDS is not recognised in US for jobs. Further clearing the NBDA II exam is also essential for doing your practice. Doing a Masters course in US in Dentistry is what I would suggest, which will add value as well as give you opportunities to work in US. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Dentist category

Dear Aspirant, I agree with Ms. Meghana. Completing DDS is a must since BDS/MDS is not recognised in US for jobs. Further clearing the NBDA II exam is also essential for doing your practice. Doing a Masters course in US in Dentistry is what I would suggest, which will add value as well as give you opportunities to work in US. Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Dentist category

Dear Aspirant, I have not heard such kind of Dentist for special needs. I suggest you to get clear about the question or what you have heard from somewhere. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Dentist category

Hi Babar, Your question is pretty generalised. If you had mentioned, which field have you done your Graduation in, as well as what are your interest and what you wish to achieve in the future, it would be easy to guide you accordingly. Anyways, after Graduation, you have 2 options: Get into a job / or begin your own business: Depending on your interest. You could search a  job related to your qualification Further Studies: As per your line of interest, you could opt for further studies in India or abroad. Only thing I can mention out here, is that chose a line of study which is in sync w

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Dentist category