Dentistry around the World
From the clinical perspective, dentistry is similar around the world. Dentists, like Dr. David E. Lemon and Dr. Joseph D. Jackson, go to school, obtain a license, and work hard to prevent and treat tooth decay, gum disease, oral infections, throat or oral cancer, tooth loss, and other conditions that might limit a person’s ability to smile, bite, chew, or speak. The quality of dental care, however, and the payment method for dental services varies between nations.
Dentistry Throughout The World
Developed countries have more dentists per capita than do developing nations, according to the World Health Organization. There is one dentist for every 150,000 people in Africa, for example, as compared ...