Dentist in Bethal

Dentist in Bethal

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Dentist in Bethal

Identification of humans using the unique features of the teeth and jaws has been used since Roman times. Throughout history, various stories have been recorded in which a person’s unusual smile, crowded or fractured teeth, or a single darkened tooth have been used to identify a corpse to the exclusion of all other people. Today, dentists are respected widely as a source of valuable data that can be used to answer questions that arise during a death investigation, and forensic dentists can use these data to provide significant conclusions that can initiate, extend, and substantiate the work of coroners, medical examiners, and detectives. By examining the dental traits and characteristics of one or many bodies, it is possible for the odontologist to provide the corpse with its identity and satisfy a basic societal need.

Mr Ramagobatha Kgobe

House Nr 1391 Cow Village Mzinoni, Bethal, Mpumalanga

Contact Details
Telephone: 017 647 4445

Dentist Information

Mr Ramagobatha Kgobe is a Dental Therapist practising in Bethal, Mpumalanga

Dr Vusumuzi Enock Nkosi

2523 15th Street , Bethal, Mpumalanga

Contact Details
Telephone: 017 647 2279

Dentist Information

Dr Vusumuzi Enock Nkosi is practising in Bethal, Mpumalanga

Dentist in Bethal – Dr Pieter Marius Pieterse

8 Scheepers St , Bethal, Mpumalanga

Contact Details
Telephone: 017 647 5650

Dentist Information

Dr Pieter Marius Pieterse is practising in Bethal, Mpumalanga

Dr Francois Arnoldus Van Der Merwe

Ongesiens , Bethal, Mpumalanga

Contact Details
Telephone: 017 647 0254

Dentist Information

Dr Francois Arnoldus Van Der Merwe is practising in Bethal, Mpumalanga

Dr Christiaan Marthinus Kruger

Lotus Building 22 Qlerqs Street, Bethal, Mpumalanga

Contact Details
Telephone: 017 647 6386

Dentist Information

Dr Christiaan Marthinus Kruger is practising in Bethal, Mpumalanga

Dr Bernhard Mader Pohl Janse Van Rensburg

Lotus Building 22 Qlerqs Street, Bethal, Mpumalanga

Contact Details
Telephone: 017 647 6386

Dentist Information

Dr Bernhard Mader Pohl Janse Van Rensburg is practising in Bethal, Mpumalanga

Dentist in Bethal – Dr. M.R. Karim

34, Milan Park Centre, 38 Chris Hani St, Bethal, 2310

Hours:
Monday 9am–5pm
Tuesday 9am–5pm
Wednesday 9am–5pm
Thursday 9am–5pm
Friday 9am–5pm
Saturday 9am–1pm
Sunday Closed

Phone: 017 647 2368

Dentist in Bethal – Mothoa N M

Address: 48 Mafraya Dludlu Street, Bethal, 2309

Phone: 017 647 5472

Dentist in Bethal – Dr Handri Viljoen

Address: 66 Chris Hani St, Bethal, 2310

Phone: 017 647 3087

Dentist in Bethal – Dr JP Theron

Address: 22A Clercq St, Bethal, 2309

Hours:
Monday 9am–5pm
Tuesday 9am–5pm
Wednesday 9am–5pm
Thursday 9am–5pm
Friday 9am–5pm
Saturday 9am–1pm
Sunday 10:30–11:30am

Phone: 017 647 6238

Jokes

Some people can be president, some people can speak, some people, you know, anything that’s positive, man – a dentist, a doctor. Just hang in there and never give up, and find out what is your talent. First you got to find your talent and just stick with your talent, and I guarantee you’ll get there, man.

I always wanted to be a dentist! I thought I was going to be fixing teeth and making beautiful smiles.

I told my dentist my teeth are going yellow. he told me to wear a brown tie.

I am lucky: I have fantastic doctors and a fantastic dentist.

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Dental implants have become part of routine treatment plans in many dental offices because of their increasing popularity and acceptance by patients. Appropriate preplacement planning, in which imaging plays a pivotal role, helps to ensure a satisfactory outcome. The development of precise presurgical imaging techniques and surgical templates allows the dentist to place these implants with relative ease and predictability. This article gives an overview of current practices in implant imaging for the practising dentist, with emphasis on selection criteria. Imaging protocols for site assessment and restorative evaluation are discussed. This information will enable the dentist to select and use appropriate radiographic images (digital or film) for implant treatment planning, restoration and postoperative follow-up. Modalities presented include intraoral and panoramic projections, linear and complex motion tomography and computed tomography (CT). The use of CT image reformatting software such as Dentascan and SimPlant with 3-dimensional reconstructions is discussed.

This study aimed at determining whether oral health behavior differs between patients regularly checked by male and female dentists. The analysis was based on a cross-sectional survey of 354 Japanese community residents (median age = 54 years; 145 men and 209 women) conducted in a municipality from January to February 2017. Data on demographic characteristics and factors associated with oral health behavior were obtained through self-administered questionnaires. The association between regular dentist gender and patients’ regular dental care check-up and interdental cleaning performance was examined after adjusting for potential confounders. Among respondents, 88.7% and 11.3% reported having male and female regular dentists, respectively. In a multivariate logistic regression model, patients regularly checked by female dentists had an increased likelihood of visiting their dentist for dental care check-up at least once every year (odds ratio [OR] = 2.23, 95% confidence interval [CI] = 1.09-4.55)and using an interdental cleaner (OR = 2.62, 95% CI = 1.03-6.71) compared to those regularly checked by male dentists. Patients regularly checked by female dentists tended to have more preventive oral health behaviors than those regularly checked by male dentists. These findings suggest that dentist gender has important clinical implications for patients’ oral health behavior.