DutiesRemove tooth decay and fill cavities, repair or remove damaged teeth, place sealants or whitening agents on teeth, administer anesthetics to prevent patients from feeling pain during procedures, prescribe antibiotics or other medications. A dentist or dental surgeon is responsible for performing oral surgery and routine cleanings for patients. Their tasks include repairing and removing teeth, diagnosing conditions, and communicating with patients about the best way to care for their teeth and gums. A dentist is a doctor who works to diagnose and treat problems related to a patient's teeth and gums.
They provide regular check-ups and cleanings, as well as more detailed procedures, such as root canals or the installation of braces. A dentist is located in a dental medical center and is usually an independent office or a small or medium-sized business. They also perform in-office x-rays, as well as evaluations for more extensive orthodontic procedures. Each state requires dentists to be licensed and have a degree from an accredited dental school.
In addition, dentists must complete a residency program and work in their area of specialty before obtaining full license. People interested in oral care, promoting healthy lives, and enjoying working closely with patients will likely excel as dentists. Dentists are doctors who specialize in oral health. Dentists' primary responsibilities are to diagnose oral diseases and treat them with the help of different equipment and technologies.
They manage to provide various services, such as tooth repair, tooth decay removal, teeth whitening, fillings, crowns, bridges, and even surgical procedures. They also help promote oral care by participating in community outreach and awareness programs. Sometimes, they also offered lectures and seminars for preventive education.