I started noticing it more at work. Doesn’t help that in order for the glasses to not fog up, they have to be at exactly the right spot over mask.
It drives me mad no joke. Nothing worse trying to look down and feel your glasses dropping.
Are there good solutions that actually work? Not into makeup so that’s out of question.
I am sorry if the title sounds confusing, English is not my first language, but I will try to be as clear as possible.
My girlfriend and I graduated in june 2020, we started to work as dentists in two separate NHS/private clinics in January. While I can say that my overall experience is positive, my girlfriend cannot really coop with stress and anxiety the work is giving her. She goes to work every morning with fear, she comes back exhausted and by the time we have dinner, she goes to sleep and wakes up during the night to check if it is already time to go again. Then basically, rinse and repeat. I am trying to tell her that it is normal to feel like this and that the more experience you gain, the calmer and composed you become. For sure in this sub there are many experienced dentists, so I am asking to you all: how did you get on with your first work experience? How would you fight the stress?
The waiting times of NHS (free, public health care) dentistry in the UK has risen dramatically during Covid19. Some patients have been given wait times exceeding a year! Either NHS dentistry needs a resource shake up or Private Dentistry will rise to fill the gap.
There’s a webinar Tuesday at 7pm GMT asking questions about how the NHS can move forwards and how private practices can best serve patients.
Www.dentistry.co.uk/webinars/dentistry-question-time incase you want to check it out or add a question.
Hello Toronto and area! I’m a student inToronto of college of dental hygiene and Im in the portion of the program seeing patients and I’m needing a few more people to make sure I have all the requirements needed to graduate the program. The cost is $32 for an adult and $27 for children (3-11)
Includes full mouth cleaning, periodontal assessment, fluoride Treatment, oral cancer screening and oral self-care education. The appointments are monitored by a registered Dental Hygienist and Dentist. Clients will have to commit to multiple 2.5 hour appointments
If you are a student in need of a client for your program I would happily trade services with you as well!
Thank you for taking the time to read this!
Hey y’all, I am a current D3 and was looking into programs to apply to. I am currently in the process of reaching out to directors and then from there talking to some current residents. However, I was wondering if there are any current residents or some recent grads that were willing to tell me about their experience at their GPR/AEGD and whether they recommend me applying to that program or not.
Thanks so much in advance!
Oh I forgot. I don’t really care about location, but would like to be around some good food. That’s about it 😂
About 2.5 weeks ago I had 4 cavities filled. Two on top and two on bottom. After the procedure a lymph node under my jaw bone became swollen now one on my neck is enlarged.
I’ve not been sick so I didn’t know if it’s common to experience swollen or enlarged lymph nodes after a simple procedure.