What the heck. There seems to be an awful lot of hoops to jump through to get my local anesthesia license. I'm still waiting on the NERBS (North East Regional Boards) to approve my online paperwork. I had to upload a photo of myself and a copy of my college diploma and pay $130 to register for my prometric test. Now I must wait again for them to check all the information I uploaded then I can finally take the prometric test. I wonder how long it will take to get my license in my hand after I pass the test... New Jersey has never been known for its speed.
Pictures of the Day...
Deciduous Supernumerary tooth between tooth #D and E
The supernumerary looks like a peg lateral.
Adult patient with spacing between the premolars.
Patient states that they have always been that way.
(Actually enough space to fit another premolar or retained baby tooth on both sides.
Minimum mesial drift was noted on both sides)