Dental Surgery

Dental surgery is any of a number of medical procedures that involve artificially modifying dentition, in other words surgery of the teeth and jaw bones.

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Royal College Of Surgeons Of Edinburgh - Dentistry
... In 1879 the Diploma of Licentiate in Dental Surgery (LDS) was introduced and recognised for admission to the Dentist’s Register ... Act raised standards, and only dentists who had been trained in a dental school could be admitted to the Register and allowed to practice dentistry ... The Edinburgh Dental School became part of the University of Edinburgh in 1948 and graduates awarded the Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) ...
Baltimore College Of Dental Surgery
... The Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, (founded February 1, 1840), is the birthplace of the Doctor of Dental Surgery degree (D.D.S.), and is known as the first dental college in the world ...
Dentistry - Education and Licensing
... Harris started the world's first dental school in Bainbridge, Ohio, and helped to establish dentistry as a health profession ... It opened on February 21, 1828, and today is a dental museum ... The first dental college, Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, opened in Baltimore, Maryland, USA in 1840 ...
Chapin A. Harris - Achievements - Contribution To Dental Literature
... literature as one of the most vigorous and productive dental writers, causing him to be regarded as the founder of dental literature in the US. 1839 Publication of his first book, The Dental Art, a Practical Treatise on Dental Surgery ... above book with a new title Principles and Practice of Dental Surgery ...

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