WASHINGTON (FinalCall.com) - When it comes to health care, your dentist may be the last person you think about, if you think about her at all. But the profession has alarmingly low numbers of Blacks entering dental school.

“We need more Black dentists,” said Dr. Jeanne Sinkford, associate executive director of the American Dental Education Association. “Dental schools are only graduating 300 Black dentists out of 5,000 each year.”

“There are only 65 dental schools and they are a safety net for communities without access to dental care.  Most patients we see in dental schools come from underserved communities but some states don’t have dental schools,” she explained.

Black Shuck , Old Shuck , Old Shock or simply Shuck is the name given to a ghostly black dog which is said to roam the coastline and countryside of East Anglia . Accounts of the animal form part of the folklore of Norfolk , Suffolk , the Cambridgeshire fens and Essex . [2] [3]

The name Shuck may derive from the Old English word scucca meaning " witch ", or possibly from the local dialect word shucky meaning "shaggy" or "hairy" it is also known as "The Black Devil" . [4]

Black Shuck is one of many ghostly black dogs recorded across the British Isles. [5] Sometimes recorded as an omen of death, sometimes a more companionable animal, it is classified as a cryptid , and there are varying accounts of the animal's appearance. [4] [6] Writing in 1877, Walter Rye stated that Shuck was "the most curious of our local apparitions, as they are no doubt varieties of the same animal". [7]

Do you have questions about orthodontic treatment and wonder if braces or Invisalign will work for you? Now is a time when more people are turning to orthodontics than ever before to give them a brighter smile and correct physical problems that come from misaligned jaws and teeth.

Not only do we specialize in Invisalign, braces, and Invisalign teen, but we offer adult orthodontics and other adult braces options. The team at Black Orthodontics invites you to learn more about braces, Invisalign, and other progressive treatment options. Want to know what we can do for you? Call us today to reserve your free orthodontic consultation with Dr. Black, the top orthodontist in Asheville, NC.

Orthodontics is now for the entire family and works for people of all ages. Dr. Black will work with you to create a treatment plan that can align your teeth in the most discreet way — and with treatments like Invisalign, you really can do it quickly and virtually invisibly! Technological advances in orthodontics have moved us way beyond the days of requiring head-gear, surgery, and a one-size fits all set of metal brackets and wires. We see many children, but we see even more teens and people wanting to discuss adult braces options.

WASHINGTON (FinalCall.com) - When it comes to health care, your dentist may be the last person you think about, if you think about her at all. But the profession has alarmingly low numbers of Blacks entering dental school.

“We need more Black dentists,” said Dr. Jeanne Sinkford, associate executive director of the American Dental Education Association. “Dental schools are only graduating 300 Black dentists out of 5,000 each year.”

“There are only 65 dental schools and they are a safety net for communities without access to dental care.  Most patients we see in dental schools come from underserved communities but some states don’t have dental schools,” she explained.

WASHINGTON (FinalCall.com) - When it comes to health care, your dentist may be the last person you think about, if you think about her at all. But the profession has alarmingly low numbers of Blacks entering dental school.

“We need more Black dentists,” said Dr. Jeanne Sinkford, associate executive director of the American Dental Education Association. “Dental schools are only graduating 300 Black dentists out of 5,000 each year.”

“There are only 65 dental schools and they are a safety net for communities without access to dental care.  Most patients we see in dental schools come from underserved communities but some states don’t have dental schools,” she explained.

Black Shuck , Old Shuck , Old Shock or simply Shuck is the name given to a ghostly black dog which is said to roam the coastline and countryside of East Anglia . Accounts of the animal form part of the folklore of Norfolk , Suffolk , the Cambridgeshire fens and Essex . [2] [3]

The name Shuck may derive from the Old English word scucca meaning " witch ", or possibly from the local dialect word shucky meaning "shaggy" or "hairy" it is also known as "The Black Devil" . [4]

Black Shuck is one of many ghostly black dogs recorded across the British Isles. [5] Sometimes recorded as an omen of death, sometimes a more companionable animal, it is classified as a cryptid , and there are varying accounts of the animal's appearance. [4] [6] Writing in 1877, Walter Rye stated that Shuck was "the most curious of our local apparitions, as they are no doubt varieties of the same animal". [7]

WASHINGTON (FinalCall.com) - When it comes to health care, your dentist may be the last person you think about, if you think about her at all. But the profession has alarmingly low numbers of Blacks entering dental school.

“We need more Black dentists,” said Dr. Jeanne Sinkford, associate executive director of the American Dental Education Association. “Dental schools are only graduating 300 Black dentists out of 5,000 each year.”

“There are only 65 dental schools and they are a safety net for communities without access to dental care.  Most patients we see in dental schools come from underserved communities but some states don’t have dental schools,” she explained.

Black Shuck , Old Shuck , Old Shock or simply Shuck is the name given to a ghostly black dog which is said to roam the coastline and countryside of East Anglia . Accounts of the animal form part of the folklore of Norfolk , Suffolk , the Cambridgeshire fens and Essex . [2] [3]

The name Shuck may derive from the Old English word scucca meaning " witch ", or possibly from the local dialect word shucky meaning "shaggy" or "hairy" it is also known as "The Black Devil" . [4]

Black Shuck is one of many ghostly black dogs recorded across the British Isles. [5] Sometimes recorded as an omen of death, sometimes a more companionable animal, it is classified as a cryptid , and there are varying accounts of the animal's appearance. [4] [6] Writing in 1877, Walter Rye stated that Shuck was "the most curious of our local apparitions, as they are no doubt varieties of the same animal". [7]

Do you have questions about orthodontic treatment and wonder if braces or Invisalign will work for you? Now is a time when more people are turning to orthodontics than ever before to give them a brighter smile and correct physical problems that come from misaligned jaws and teeth.

Not only do we specialize in Invisalign, braces, and Invisalign teen, but we offer adult orthodontics and other adult braces options. The team at Black Orthodontics invites you to learn more about braces, Invisalign, and other progressive treatment options. Want to know what we can do for you? Call us today to reserve your free orthodontic consultation with Dr. Black, the top orthodontist in Asheville, NC.

Orthodontics is now for the entire family and works for people of all ages. Dr. Black will work with you to create a treatment plan that can align your teeth in the most discreet way — and with treatments like Invisalign, you really can do it quickly and virtually invisibly! Technological advances in orthodontics have moved us way beyond the days of requiring head-gear, surgery, and a one-size fits all set of metal brackets and wires. We see many children, but we see even more teens and people wanting to discuss adult braces options.

Dr. Black has specialized in orthodontics in Asheville for over 25 years. During that time he has helped people of all ages feel better, look better, and live better by giving them straight, beautiful teeth. He received his M.S. and Orthodontic Specialty degrees from UNC-Chapel Hill and is known as a leader in the dental health community.

Dr. Black and his family are very involved in many of the community groups that make Asheville such a great place to live and work. In fact, the Asheville Chamber of Commerce has awarded him Employer of the Year as well as Small Business Leader of the Year.

When he’s not busy creating beautiful smiles he enjoys time with his wife, Susan, and their three daughters, Michelle, Kathryn, and Sarah. He also serves on numerous local community boards.

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