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

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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

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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

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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

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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...........

2 answers Meghna Mukherjee 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

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Hello Harry,   HRM refers to Human resource management.   It is an MBA course, offered by any management Institute,   Any graduate after clearing the entrance exam, group discussion and personal interview is eligible for this course. The course covers all aspects of HR, that is needed for the smooth functioning of the organization. Right from recruitments, to payroll, to grievance management to peformance appraisal to exit interviews to training and development. During the course you would be exposed to all these aspects in details. Followed by an internship to get a complete kn

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Hello Anamika,   The choice would completely depend on your line of interest or area you wish to work in.   Please note, if you wish to practice as a dentist whether in association with other hospitals or clinics or on your own, a masters degree whereby you specialise in one particular area is important.   If you are interested in Public health and administrative kind of a job, then you could either opt for a masters in Public health or an MBA in Hospitality management courses.   Please note that, according to me, pursue a masters dentistry first, because even as a masters

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First, understand your interesting fields, Then find out the available courses in that field, Search for the good institutions to pursue that course, Apply for it, crack it. Complete the course and you will definitely find  a job as you will be an expert in that field.  Good Luck

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Hello There,  No other option than completing your graduation either fulltime or through correspondence. Unless and until you graduate, you would not be able to pursue higher studies like post graduation or MBA. Also higher positions or promotions would be difficult. Wish you good luck...

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Dentist category

Hello Aditya,  Please note, as the name suggests EMBA is an Executive MBA program. It is a 1 year course mainly designed for working professionals who wish to advance their careers but not at the cost of their jobs. The EMBA course is designed in a way that the lectures are more case study oriented and interactive. Mostly focusing on problem solving and leadership skills followed by entrepreniual skills and personality development. Please note the course is conducted by well known professionals from the industry itself and are attainded by working exevutives at different level and industr

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Dentist category

The best option for you will be any stream of study that you are interested in. You can go for BA/ BSc/ LLB/ BCom/ BBA/ BTech/ BArch/ Bpharm/ BPT/ etc etc based on your qualification and interest. Every course has equal opportunity in the job market, so it is all about your interests. The institute for your graduation is also a matter for you, because the curricular and extra-curricular activities during the course helps you to develop more skills and to make your life more enjoyable. The 3-5 year graduation course should give you more exposure in the field and mold you for the future life. Yo

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1 answer Prathamesh Kapote in Dentist category

Hello Gunal,  I will ask only one question and your question would be answered. Show me just one person who has no dental issue right from children to teens to adults to senior citizens???. When everyone visits a dentist you can then yourself understand its scope. But just a BDS will not help you survive. Pursuing a masters degree and then latest certifications are a must. Get some experience and then start your own clinic. Wish you good luck...

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Dentist category

Hello rakesh,   Your quetsion is incomplete.   After 2nd year in which stream or course?   Anyways please note, if you are talking of a Graduation course after 12th.,, then it is a 3 years course, thus after the 2nd year, you would have to clear the 3rd year compulsorily to be a Graduate.   Please do write back being specific as to what you are currently doing, your likes and interest etc, so that we can help you further.   Wish you good luck...

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