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Discussion in 'NBDE Exams & Licensure Exams' started by Prosthoman, Apr 21, 2007.

  1. Prosthoman

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    1. Be organized, make sure you have everything ready.
    have a good assistant who have done this before
    2. Send all your patient if you can on friday morning. if your endo is not on friday morning.
    3. be calm, patient and communicate good with your assitant.
    4. in operative, Have " caries Indicator" don't leave any Caries,
    have a look at your prep from different angles, have your assistant look. Be carefull, caries indicator don't show dimineralization. Wet the prep, dry it, if there is any chucky color after drying and its disappearance after wetting. that is dimineralization. watch for that. !!!!!!!!!
    at it too to see if she can see anything.
    5. don't use large increments in your operetive, .75 to 1mm is ideal if you have to extend your prep
    6. in your Perio, don't damage the soft tissue, be carefull to note creating flaps, this is the easiest part of the exam.
    7. in Endo section, have your rubber dam ready, punched, and as soon as you get the permission to start, then you are ready.
    if you can't find the canal, don't make the problem worst, have a not
    to the examiners, that the canal is calcified, god forbit if that happens
    8. Never ever, give up if something goes wrong, do your best
    9. Good luck
     
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    Hi,
    Do you have any stevenson or duggan notes.
    Let me know
     
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    I don't have any notes, I don't even know what those are
    sorry
     

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