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 Is an orthodontist a specialty?

Answer An orthodontist is considered to be a dentistry specialist. Orthodontists have the same training as dentists but also have additional training in the field of orthodontics. Specifically, orthodonti... Read More »
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Is there something wrong if the orthodontist's assistants are yelling at me and the orthodontist is not?

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What do orthodontist do?

Orthodontists do not do basic hygiene check ups, cleanings, or fillings. They specialize in changing the bone structure of the face (jaws and teeth) so they fit in the mouth and bite down (top to ... Read More »
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How to Become an Orthodontist?

Orthodontists are dental specialists who correct improper bites and straighten teeth, allowing patients to look and eat better. Orthodontics was the first dental specialty to be developed and is th... Read More »
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