What Is a Doctor of Medical Dentistry?

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A doctor of medical dentistry (DMD) cares for the mouth, gums and other areas near the mouth. He/she usually examines the condition of the mouth and the surrounding areas to make diagnoses and recommendations for treatment and prevention of common dental problems.
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