How many procedures have you done in dental school (crowns/RCT/dentures etc.)?

Discussion in 'Dental' started by coolslugs, May 20, 2014.

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  1. coolslugs

    coolslugs Senior Member 10+ Year Member

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    Out of curiosity...

    How many of the following have you done in dental school? Which school?
    1) Traditional crowns
    2) Implant crowns
    3) RCT (How many molars?)
    4) EXTs
    5) Dentures
    6) RPDs
    7) Amalgams
    8) What type of advanced / full mouth rehab cases / surgeries?
     
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  3. Destiny11

    Destiny11 7+ Year Member

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    20 crowns through 1 year in the clinic, 30 EXTs, 5 RCTs.
     
  4. syap

    syap 2+ Year Member

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    No amalgams? Lol probably too many to count. What school?
     
  5. Destiny11

    Destiny11 7+ Year Member

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    Lots of amalgams. More amalgams than composites.
     
  6. dentalWorks

    dentalWorks Nights Watchmen 7+ Year Member

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    I just finished DS3, detroit mercy dental
    1) zero
    2) zero
    3) just one RCT (#4 - w/ 2 canals)
    4) oh lord, I don't know, alot
    5) zero (starting first case next week)
    6) zero
    7) I've done alot of restorative phase 1
    8) nothing significant.
     
  7. Sublimazing

    Sublimazing 5+ Year Member

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    the shreve
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    Physician

    Are your classmates getting as little experience as you? Is it because of rotations or something?
     
  8. dentalWorks

    dentalWorks Nights Watchmen 7+ Year Member

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    Well, I guess I shoulda mentioned that most of my phase 1 pts are near their end, I have alot of prosth (both removable and fixed) coming up over this summer and next fall.
     

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