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Research in Medical & Engineering Sciences

Teeth Consultant

Paul Wilkins*

Public Relations and Communications, UK

*Corresponding author: Wilkins, Public Relations and Communications Professional, UK

Submission: September 27, 2017; Published: November 29, 2017

DOI: 10.31031/RMES.2017.02.000544

ISSN : 2576-8816
Volume2 Issue4

Opinion

While you may have seen the point I've given, clearly, a few times about the Unnatural/Unexplict word 'Doctor' staying more stuck on people's minds making health problems thought of more therefore suffered more, and the need for it to be changed to a much more Natural/Explicit title which staying a lot less stuck on people’s minds would make health problems thought of a lot less therefore suffered a lot less; I now have another similar point to make.

Especially for people having lots of trouble with their teeth/jaw could it prove helpful in getting this off their mind to some extent by changing the Unnatural/Unexplicit word 'Dentist' to a much more Natural/Explicit title such as 'Teeth Consultant' which staying less stuck on people's minds would result in trouble with their teeth/ jaw noticed a lot less.

This is no-where near as important as the word 'Doctor' being changed but maybe something at a later no rush date to be considered.

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