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Transcultural Education in Dental Schools

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These days, the schools and colleges represent multicultural nations under one roof. As they came from diverse nations, countries or religions, their languages, classes, and backgrounds are also different. However, it is the educator’s duty to implement such educational programs that can face the challenges of emerging societies and the developing world. Moreover, it is important, o develop such strategies that are deprived of any difference.Also in the health sector, cultural differences demand that the organizers and educators should develop programs based on the beliefs and values that are different. The need for Transcultural education and cultural competency are in practice in the respective fields of healthcare, dentistry, and nursing, etc.The purpose and aim of this report are to bring out the consequences of Transcultural education in schools, more specifically, in the health care center. dentistry. Dentistry is a division of Stomatology, its studies the medicine branch that involves the oral cavity surgical and nonsurgical treatment, maxillofacial area, anticipation, costing, conclusion along with their structures and impact on human body. Teeth add value to the human smile. Dental surgery is the most common treatment in dental diseases these days. Rotten or damaged teeth are filled with amalgam, composite or porcelain and sometimes with precious or non-precious metals.The e-literature section of this study contains two parts. In the first part, the argument about the general concept or Transcultural education and its consequences are addressed.