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My wife, Annette, and I — a radiologist and an oral/maxillofacial surgeon — blended with nurse anesthetists; plastic and general surgeons; and OB/GYN, ER, and family physicians, several with family members but all united in a common cause.
People who are under stress or have anxiety can develop parafunctional habits, Robert S. Glickman, D.M.D., chair and professor of oral and maxillofacial surgery at the NYU College of Dentistry, tells SELF.
Hope came in the form of an American missionary who had met the boy in Cuba and sought to connect him with Dr. Robert Marx, chief of oral and maxillofacial surgery for the University of Miami Health System, according to the Herald.
Eventually, Truman’s chairman of oral maxillofacial surgery took a look at the information and gave Wilcoxen a short list of names.
The groom’s father is an assistant clinical professor in oral and maxillofacial surgery at the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine in Farmington.
Donna and her family are raising money for intensive care beds and towards research for the maxillofacial team at the Leeds General Infirmary.
In fact, only eight jobs appear on the list: orthodontist, pediatrician, surgeon, internist, anesthesiologist, physician, maxillofacial surgeon, and gynecologist.
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